Past IHR Events
- Debating Social Rights
- Workshop on the Right to Work
- The Ethics of Human Rights Philanthropy
- Lunch Hour Lecture: What is modern slavery?
- From Theory to Practice: Religion and Discrimination in a Changing World
- Globalisation and the Middle Class
- The Ascendancy of the Rule of Law in South African Adjudication
From Theory to Practice: Religion and Discrimination in a Changing World
Publication date: Aug 20, 2012 04:06 PM
Start: Nov 08, 2012 12:00 AM
Location: UCL Faculty of Laws
- Professor Aileen McColgan
- Professor Christopher McCrudden
- Lorenzo Zucca
- Professor Mark Hill QC
- Guy Haarscher
- Dr Myriam Hunter Henin
- Dr Ronan McCrea
About this Conference:
The relationship between religion and anti-discrimination norms is increasingly prominent and controversial. Religious organisations and individuals both seek protection from discrimination but also, at times, themselves seek the right to engage in discrimination in the name of religious freedom.
The conference investigated the relationship between theory and practice in this area. In particular it looked at how and whether the principles underpinning theories of religious freedom and equality have been reflected in judicial decisions to date as well as how practitioners are influenced by theory in litigating in these areas. The conference considered what theories the caselaw in this area reflect as well as possible future developments.
Religion-001, by Ramnath Bhat, available on Flickr
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