Professor Durham Presents Papers in Hungary, June 2011

Professor W. Cole Durham, Jr. presented three papers in Hungary during June 2011, in addition to his term as visiting professor at Central European University in Budapest, where he taught an Advanced Seminar on Freedom of Religion. 

1-3 June:  Presented “Asymmetries in the Proection of Freeomd of Religion or Belief” at the Conference on the Christian-Jewish-Muslim Interfaith Dialogue, sponsored by the State Secretariat for Religious, Minority, and Civil Society Affairs of the Ministry of Public Administration of Justice of Hungary, Gödöllö

8 June:  Presented “The Problem of Setting of the Lautsi Decision,” at a workshop on “Perspectives on the European Court’s Italian Crucifix Decision,” co-organized by the International Center for Law and Religion Studies and the International Association of Comparative Law, held at Central European University, Budapest

10-11 June:  Presented “Conscientious Objection in Health Care Settings,” at the 19th Annual Conference on the Individual and the State, “An Enforceable Right to Health?”, Central European University, Budapest