Empirical Research in Religion and Human Rights

Johannes A. van der Ven
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Brill’s series Empirical Research in Religion and Human Rights publishes the results of empirical research on the mutual influences of different religions and human rights. The series focuses on studying people’s views on human rights and human rights policy as related to their religious convictions by using data from international comparative research. In doing so, the series aims at becoming an international outlet for the study of religion and human rights from a humanities point of view.

The series published three volumes over the last 5 years.
Freedom of Religion in the 21st Century
A human rights perspective on the relation between politics and religion
Volume 4
Editor in Chief:
H.-G. Ziebertz, University of Würzburg

Founding editor:
J.A. van der Ven, Radboud University Nijmegen

Editorial Board:
L. Beaman, University of Ottawa
E. Hirsch Ballin, Tilburg University
C. Sterkens, Radboud University Nijmegen
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