GOBA Colloquium: Freedom of Religion or Human Rights
The GOBA project invites students and researchers to read and discuss recent publications relevant to the core objectives of the project.
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On Wednesday March 9th from 12 to14 in room 305 at Domus Theologica, the GOBA project will host the second in a series of colloquia on the recent, edited volume Religion, Secularism, and Constitutional Democracy. The series will explore readings related to the primary objectives of the project, and runs regularly on a monthly basis.
The colloquia are open for everyone, and no prior participation is required to attend. If you are interested in participating, please get in touch with Helge Årsheim, and you will receive the assigned readings for the second session, chapters 3 and 4: Regulating Religion Beyond Borders: The Case of FGM/C, by Yasmine Ergas
and Pluralism vs. Pluralism: Islam and Christianity in the European Court of Human Rights, by Christian Joppke.