Annual Symposium 2011: “Religious Freedom in a Pluralistic Age”

BYU Law Review Volume 2012, No. 3

More than 75 participants, representing 37 countries, met at the 18th Annual International Law and Religion Symposium in October 2011 to discuss “Religious Freedom in a Pluralistic Age: Trends, Challenges, and Practices.” The following papers generated from the 2011 Symposium were published in the Law Review:

Indonesian Discourse on Human Rights and Freedom of Religion or Belief: Muslim Perspectives
Syamsul Arifin

Redrafting of the Ukrainian Law on Religious Freedom: Ukrainian Churches vs. Ukraine’s Obligation to the Council of Europe
Gennadiy Druzenko

Restrictions on Religion: A Global Overview
Brian J. Grim

The Case of Lautsi v. Italy: A synthesis
Grégor Puppinck

Hungary’s New Constitution and Its New Law on Freedom of Religion and Churches: The Return of the Sovereign
Renáta Uitz