Normes religieuses et espace public

Le IIS- Center on Institutions and Governance, the Center for Islamic Studies-GTU et le Kadish Center-Berkeley Law organisent un colloque sur Religious Norms and the Public Sphere: The Challenge, 6-7 mai 2011, Berkeley.

A 2 days conference to address the revolution in the Arab World, the building of religious buildings, the wearing of religious clothes, the accepting/rejecting of religious norms in the public sphere such as halal, kosher etc. The issue is the tensions between religious freedom, freedom of expression, national specificity (dominant or established religion in one country: Islam in Egypt, Catholicism in Italy, “Laïcite”in France), citizenship, national identity, immigrations, conversions, existing laws in favor of established religions, claims of new religious groups, religious lobbying to impose specific norms (abortion, decency, censorship…)

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