Religious Minorities and Religious Freedom: The Cases of Muslims and Mormons

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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.

Moderator:
Timothy Shah, Associate Director, Religious Freedom Project

Panelists:
Silvio Ferrari, Professor of Law, Universita degli Studi di Milano, Italy
Muqtedar Khan, Associate Professor, University of Delaware
Lena Larsen, Director, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo
Nathan B. Oman, Assistant Professor, Marshall-Wythe School of Law, The College of William and Mary


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