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Religious symbols in public functions : unveiling state neutrality : a comparative analysis of Dutch, English and French justifications for limiting the freedom of public officials to display religious symbols

Author: Hana M A E van Ooijen
Publisher: Cambridge ; Antwerp ; Portland : Intersentia, [2012] ©2012
Series: School of Human Rights Research series, v. 58.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hana M A E van Ooijen
ISBN: 9781780681191 1780681194
Language Note: Summary in English, Dutch, and French.
OCLC Number: 824171842
Description: xiv, 337 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
The Dutch context --
The Dutch debate --
Conceptual framework --
European Convention on Human Rights --
France --
England --
Conclusion.
Series Title: School of Human Rights Research series, v. 58.
Responsibility: Hana M.A.E. van Ooijen.
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Hana van Ooijen holds an LL.M. degree in international and European law from Utrecht University. She has worked at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights as a Ph.D. researcher and lecturer. The Read more...

 
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