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Franz Winter

discussed at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg on pp. 112–114; a parallel study to Reuter’s for the situation in Great Britain would be Sandberg 2011 . References “Humanistische Lebenskunde.” accessed 31 May 2016 Humanistischer Verband Deutschlands — Berlin-Brandenburg url

Wanda Alberts

compromise will be 25) Its bias in favour of Christianity was found incompatible with its compulsory status by the European Court of Human Rights (European Court of Human Rights 2007). In response to this decision, the Norwegian government has recently announced its intention to adapt the subject so that its

James R. Lewis

Scientology. After many attempts to register failed, Scientology finally brought the case to the European Court of Human Rights ( echr ). In 2007, the Court ruled in favor of the Church and required Moscow to register the group. Despite the Russian government’s subsequent appeal, the case was not overturned