The right to freedom of religion is increasingly vulnerable worldwide. Recent studies find that 77 percent of the world’s population live under high or very high restrictions on religious freedom, and restrictions in many nations, from Africa to Asia, from the United Kingdom to the United States, are rising rapidly. Helping people understand and effectively respond to the challenges of protecting this fragile right is the work of the International Center for Law and Religion Studies of Brigham Young University’s J. Reuben Clark Law School.
As part of this work, the Center was pleased to sponsorm during the years 2011, 2012, and 2013, the Religious Freedom Discussion Series. The lectures, followed by a brief question & answer period, were held at BYU Law School on six Wednesdays each year, and were simulcast by limited-space Webinar to listeners worldwide. The public was invited to attend the lectures in person.
See information about these discussions here: