The Protection of Religious Freedom in Multicultural Constitutions: Comparative Public Law Aspects
The protection of religious freedom in multicultural constitutions is a crucial issue for the study of comparative public law. In an increasingly multicultural society there are many issues regarding the protection if individual, collective, and group rights. The relationship between religious freedom and the Constitution also affects the organization of the State, in particular involving the recognition and protection of minorities. In this scenario, it is very important to study those multicultural constitutions where the recognition of a particular model of secularism allows for the effective protection of religious pluralism. The research will address-in a comparative legal perspective-the theme of religious freedom in multicultural constitutions, with particular reference to the comparison between Western and non-Western legal systems.
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