Human Rights and Religion

Most of the different daily posts that appear on this blog are organized into so-called “blog series”. For example, there’s a series called human rights and religion.

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Religion and Human Rights (1): War and Non-Violence in Buddhism, The Case of Sri Lanka
Religion and Human Rights (2): God is Alive and Kicking… Mostly Kicking
Religion and Human Rights (3): The Historical Origins of Religious Liberty
Religion and Human Rights (4): Religious Liberty is About More Than Religion
Religion and Human Rights (5): Separation of Church and State
Religion and Human Rights (6): Two Opposing Views on Religious Liberty
Religion and Human Rights (7): What is Religious Liberty?
Religion and Human Rights (8): Sharia
Religion and Human Rights (9): Honor Killings
Religion and Human Rights (10): Apostasy
Religion and Human Rights (10b): The Indian Caste System
Religion and Human Rights (11): Religious Hatred and Holy Sites
Religion and Human Rights (12): Religion, Charity and Poverty
Religion and Human Rights (13): Same-Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty, How Much Can We Discriminate?
Religion and Human Rights (14): Anti-Semitism in Arab Media
Religion and Human Rights (15): Same-Sex Marriage and Religious Liberty
Religion and Human Rights (16): Anti-Abortion Terrorism
Religion and Human Rights (17): War and Non-Violence in Buddhism, The Case of Sri Lanka
Religion and Human Rights (18): Euthanasia
Religion and Human Rights (19): Between Equality and Diversity – The Rule of Law, Except When…
Religion and Human Rights (20): Should a Liberal Society Tolerate Illiberal Religious and Cultural Practices Within That Society?
Religion and Human Rights (21): The Attractiveness of Religious Liberty to Those Who Hate it
Religion and Human Rights (22): The Proper Role of Religion in a Democracy
Religion and Human Rights (23): Muslim Headscarves – Between Religious Liberty and Gender Discrimination
Religion and Human Rights (24): Why and How Do We Separate State and Church? And What Are the Consequences for Religious Liberty?
Religion and Human Rights (25): The Eurabia Falacy
Religion and Human Rights (26): What Motivates Female Suicide Bombers?
Religion and Human Rights (27): Muslim Headscarves – Between Religious Liberty and Gender Discrimination, Ctd.
Religion and Human Rights (28): Is Religion Particularly Violent?
Religion and Human Rights (29): When Freedom of Association and Anti-Discrimination Clash
Religion and Human Rights (30): Religion, Charity and Cooperation
Religion and Human Rights (31): Polygamy, Right or Rights Violation?
Religion and Human Rights (32): Human Rights and Legal Pluralism
Religion and Human Rights (33): Christianity and Human Rights
Religion and Human Rights (34): What Happens When You Want to Make Politics and the World More Religious?

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