European and American Models of Religious Freedom: The Future of Religious Autonomy





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Published on Nov 6, 2012

This panel was part of the Religious Freedom Project's symposium, Which Model, Whose Liberty?: Differences between the U.S. and European Approaches to Religious Freedom.

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October 11, 2012 | Religious freedom is in the headlines on both sides of the Atlantic. Although some have written of a "Western model" of religious liberty, is that label a myth? This conference—cosponsored by the RFP and the International Center for Law and Religion Studies at Brigham Young University's School of Law—examined the historic and emerging differences in how religious freedom was conceived and has been implemented on both sides of the Atlantic.

Cole Durham, Professor of Law, Brigham Young University

Carolyn Evans, Dean, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne
Leslie Griffin, William S. Boyd Professor of Law, University of Nevada School of Law
Kyle Duncan, General Counsel, Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
Gerhard Robbers, Director, Institute for European Constitutional Law and Director, Institute for Legal Policy, University of Trier, Germany

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