ICLARS Conference Cordoba 2020 - communication of postponement
In view of the conditions and difficulties created by the current health crisis caused by COVID-19, the ICLARS Steering Committee and the Conference’s Organizing Committee have decided to postpone the Sixth ICLARS Conference: Human Dignity, Law and Religious Diversity: designing the future of inter-cultural societies. The Conference will be held from 11 to 13 October 2021. The venue of the conference remains the same: the Palace of Congresses of Cordoba

COVID-19, Religion and Belief: Webinar Series
Episode 10 “COVID-19, Freedom of religion or belief, and Gender” Thursday, 11 June 2020 at 3:00 PM CEST: During the series, our guests will also touch on cross-cutting themes like the impact of the pandemic on levels of religiosity, on religious practice, on theological reflection and religious imagination, on faith-based humanitarianism, on religion and inclusion/xenophobia.

Canopy Forum: Call for Submissions
Canopy Forum is seeking written submissions exploring the intersection of law, religion, and public health in light of ongoing concerns over COVID-19 and the legal, ethical, and religious questions raised by the virus itself and the public health responses to the virus

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Recent Books

Christianity And Criminal Law.

Edited By: Mark Hill QC, Norman Doe, RH Helmholz and John Witte, Jr. This collection, by leading legal scholars, presents historical, theological, philosophical, and legal perspectives on Christianity and Criminal Law. The book will be an invaluable resource for students and academics working in the areas of Law and Religion, Legal Philosophy and Theology.

Law, Religion and COVID-19 Emergency

The health emergency caused by the contagious virus SARS-CoV-2 is having many consequences also on religious rules – more broadly for the difficulties raising from the possible contradiction between the respect for the measures taken by civil authorities and religious rules. International law allows for the limitation? of the right to religious freedom on the grounds of protection of public health, and we are witnessing a situation of unprecedented restrictions on the global scale. As scholars engaged in the study of the legal regulation of the religious phenomenon, we have wanted to create a space to collect documents, comments and other useful materials related to the emergency, in order to assess the outcomes of the normative choices made by civil and religious authorities.