- Reasonable Accommodation of Religion in the Workplace: Principles from ECHR and USSC Case Law / Juan Martin Vives
- Negotiating Orthodoxy, State Neutrality and Religious Freedom / Supriyanto Abdi
- A cultural defense of nations: A liberal theory of majority rights / Liav Orgad
- Freedom of religion and the competency of the Greek, Swedish and Swiss governments to ban or impose restrictions in the erection and function of Muslim mosques in accordance with international or domestic law / Christos Tsiachris
- Islamic Constitutionalism and Constitutional politics in post-revolutionary Tunisia / Pietro Longo
- Minority Legal orders in Greece and in the UK : A comparison of religious institutions that “enforce” a minority legal order / Eleni Velivasaki
WP 01/13 Anti-Conversion Laws In India And Their Conflict With Freedom Of Religion
Preethi Maria Correa
Working Paper 01/13
WP 02/13 The Evolultion Of Blasphemy Laws: A Comparative Study
Working Paper 02/13
WP 03/13 Islamic Constitutionalism and Constitutional Politics in Post–Revolutionary Tunisia
Working Paper 03/13
WP 04/13 Operating Religious Minority Legal Orders in Greece and in the UK: A Comparison of the Mufti Office in Komotini and the Islamic Shari'a Council in London
Working Paper 04/13
WP 01/14 Is there a Legal Basis for Banning or Restricting Mosques in Greece and Switzerland?
Working Paper 01/14
WP 01/15 Human Dignity and Commercial Surragacy
The UNILU Center for Comparative Constitutional Law and Religion (CCCLR) Student Research Fellows Program invites post-graduate students to participate in an international short fellowship followed by a guided individual research project.
The aim of the program is to allow fellows to gain practical experience combined with research and writing experience, while acquiring experiences with grassroots bodies and organizations active in the field of religious freedom and diversity. The Fellows will also contribute to the work of the Center towards the cause of religious tolerance worldwide.