Research proposal: Do recognitory and commercial restrictions imposed on religious organisations around the world cause impediments to freedom of religion?:Abuse of the legal apparatus for the recognition of religions and its detriment on religious freedom conditions

Taylorian, Brandon Reece (2020) Research proposal: Do recognitory and commercial restrictions imposed on religious organisations around the world cause impediments to freedom of religion?:Abuse of the legal apparatus for the recognition of religions and its detriment on religious freedom conditions. UNSPECIFIED.

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Abstract

In their 2020 International Religious Freedom Report, the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) detailed the recognition processes for religious organisations by country. Although the dynamics of religious restriction were acknowledged (USCIRF, 2020), the data alone did not explicate the possible link between the abuse of recognition systems and issues such as religious freedom violations, forced migration, discrimination, and terrorism. This project is primarily concerned with how the legal apparatus of religious recognition could be abused by governments and why this may be fundamental to the conditions of religious liberty (Bielefeldt, 2011). Religious recognition denotes the mechanism for the legal registration of religious institutions in a country; government recognition normally permits institutions to conduct commercial operations and religious services legally.

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09 Jun 2023 13:45
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25 May 2024 23:43