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Tensions within and between religions and human rights
Empirical Research Program Religion and Human Rights. Conference
|Statement||[edited] by Johannes A. van der Ven, Hans-Georg Ziebertz|
|Series||Empirical research in religion and human rights -- v. 2|
|Contributions||Ven, J. A. van der, 1940-, Ziebertz, Hans-Georg, 1956-, Empirical Research Program Religion and Human Rights. Conference|
|LC Classifications||BL65.H78 E47 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011045461|
challenging women’s human rights abuses, such as child marriage and female genital mutilation, carried out in the name of religion. Their efforts are giving rise to new insights about the relationship between sacred text and human interpretation, and between religious law and human rights. As the pioneering work of movements such Between rights themselves. There are tensions within and between human rights themselves, for example, between freedom of religion or belief and freedom of expression. Here the conflict between religious traditions and universal human rights contributes to these tensions between rights that seem to compete rather than be :// /human-rights-and-religion.
facilitate, within the limits set out in Article 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights, the observation of religious rites and customs, for example with regard to marriage, dress, holy days (with scope for adjusting leave) and military service; c. denounce any attempt to foment conflict within and between religions for partisan ends; ://?FileID= The Declaration does indeed presuppose a continuity within discontinuity between medievals and moderns regarding human rights, but the continuity is established first in
This book by András Koltay 1 can be seen as a valuable and timely contribution to the literature on the relationship between religions and the State in contemporary European societies, where this relationship is, indeed, often ‘troubled’ and the subject of public discourse. The book discusses this relationship with a particular focus on the intersection between freedom of expression and Religions are a problem for human rights, and human rights are a problem for religions. And both are problems for courts. This essay presents an interpretation of how religion and human rights interrelate in the legal context, and how this relationship might be reconceived to make this relationship somewhat less fraught. It examines how the resurgent role of religion in public life gives rise
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There are conflicts in the past histories of Christianity and Islam in regard to Tensions within and between Religions and Human Rights By Johannes A. van der Ven Hans Georg Ziebertz LEIDEN • BOSTON ,INDD_pg ,INDD_pg iiii 1/6/ Tensions within and between Religions and Human Rights. Reihe: Empirical Research in Religion and Human Rights Bd.
2, S., EUR, Hardcover (ISBN 90 04 21 3) INHALTSVERZEICHNIS und weitere Informationen Currently there are many tensions between particular world views, religions and human rights. Representatives of particular ideologies oppose any understanding of human rights as a substitute of their convictions.
The challenge is now to elaborate ideas how religions, world views and the concept of human rights can be valued as compatibles Tensions Within and Between Religions and Human Rights (Empirical Research in Religion and Human Rights) by Johannes A.
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van der Ven, Hans Georg Ziebertz （Empirical research in religion and human rights / chief editor, J.A. van der Ven ; editorial board, C. Sterkens, J. van de Vyver, H.-G. Ziebertz, v. 2） Brill, The relationship between religion and human rights is both complex and inextricable.
While most of the world's religions have supported violence, repression, and prejudice, each has also played a crucial role in the modern struggle for universal human rights. Most importantly, religions provide the essential sources and scales of dignity and responsibility, shame and respect, restraint and :osobl//.
In many circles, the words “religion” and “human rights” are seen as opposing concepts. For many activists working on women’s rights, LGBT concerns, and more, organized faith communities and their leaders are invariably a big part of the the problem, and only rarely, if ever, part of the view, however, vastly underestimates existing and potential points of :// Buy The Troubled Relationship between Religions and the State: Freedom of Expression and Freedom of Religion (Whitelocke Human Rights Series) by András Koltay (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible :// Get this from a library. Tensions within and between religions and human rights. [J A van der Ven; Hans-Georg Ziebertz; Empirical Research Program Religion and Human Rights. Conference] -- This volume contains four theoretical and four empirical articles that aim at conceptual clarification and descriptive and causal exploration on data from 14 countries about historical and current Title: Tensions within and between Religions and Human Rights: Author(s): Ven, J.A.
van der; Ziebertz, H.G.: Publication year: Religions are a problem for human rights, and human rights are a problem for religions. And both are problems for courts. This book presents an interpretation of how religion and human rights interrelate in the legal context, and how this relationship might be reconceived to › Business, Finance & Law › Law › International.
The relationship between western feminism and Muslim women’s human rights is complicated by the history of colonialism, as well as the so-called “war on terror,” but these factors do not ultimately limit the ways that Muslim women use feminist critique to argue for women’s human rights within Islamic :// Despite the widely held position that a clash between religion and human rights is inevitable, Rehman argues for the critical role of interpretation both of religion and human rights.
With sensitive interpretation, he argues, there are numerous possibilities of a rapprochement between religions and human ://. DANS is an institute of KNAW and NWO. Driven by data. Go to page top Go back to contents Go back to site navigation:Such criticism is not an attack on culture, nationality or religion but an attempt to strike a balance between the right to one's religions and belief and other human rights, since several of these practices can result in serious human rights :// The article considers human rights and their relevance to an impartial and inclusive form of religious and world views education.
Such a form of education is justified because of its intrinsic worth as part of a liberal education, and its instrumental value to the personal development of students and to their social development as members of societies in which people need to live together