Thursday, April 28, 2011

Newsletter on Law and Religion - Crucifixes Stay in Italian Classrooms

For the past few years, Sébastien Lherbier-Levy has been publishing a very detailed French-language newsletter on religion and law called La lettre du droit des religions.

Each issue includes an editorial comment, feature articles, news items from different countries, case law from the European Court of Human Rights (and domestic case law from French tribunals) and often a bibliography.

The most recent issue (March 2011) has a number of items of interest to Canadian readers, including an examination of the recent European Court of Human Rights decision in the Lautsi v. Italy case that found that having crucifixes in Italian classrooms did not violate the separation of Church and state.

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