The Resource Freedom from religion and human rights law : strengthening the right to freedom of religion and belief for non-religious and atheist rights-holders, Marika McAdam

Freedom from religion and human rights law : strengthening the right to freedom of religion and belief for non-religious and atheist rights-holders, Marika McAdam

Label
Freedom from religion and human rights law : strengthening the right to freedom of religion and belief for non-religious and atheist rights-holders
Title
Freedom from religion and human rights law
Title remainder
strengthening the right to freedom of religion and belief for non-religious and atheist rights-holders
Statement of responsibility
Marika McAdam
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
N$T
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McAdam, Marika
Index
index present
LC call number
K3258
LC item number
.M34 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Routledge research in human rights law
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Freedom of religion
  • Human rights
  • Atheism
  • LAW / Constitutional
  • LAW / Public
  • Atheism
  • Freedom of religion
  • Human rights
Label
Freedom from religion and human rights law : strengthening the right to freedom of religion and belief for non-religious and atheist rights-holders, Marika McAdam
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1.Freedom of religion or belief -- 1.The meaning of `religion' and `belief' in international law -- Article 18 -- 1.1.Defining `religion' and `belief' -- 1.2.Pluralism as the guiding principle -- 2.ICCPR Article 18 and the plurality of religion and belief -- 2.1.Freedom to have or adopt a religion or belief -- 2.2.Freedom to manifest religion or belief -- 2.3.Freedom from coercion -- 3.Limitations to manifestations -- 3.1.Fewer limitations to article 18 than for other rights -- 3.2.Limitations favour religion over non-religion -- 3.3.Non-derogability of article 18 -- 4.Conclusion: The limits of article 18 to protect freedom from religion -- 2.The hierarchy of religion and belief -- 1.Established, major religions at the top of the hierarchy -- 1.1.High influence of religious non-state actors -- 1.2.Weak regulation of religious non-state actors -- 2.New, unusual or emerging religions and beliefs -- 2.1.High persecution of new or `unusual' religions -- 2.2.Low protection of new or `unusual' religions -- 3.Non-religion and atheism at the bottom of the hierarchy -- 3.1.High persecution of non-believers and atheists -- 3.2.Low protection of non-believers and atheists -- 4.Conclusion: Non-religious and atheist rights-holders neglected -- 3.Freedom from proselytism -- 1.Proselytism as a manifestation of religion -- 1.1.Advantage of proselytism to major religions -- 1.2.Disadvantage of non-proselytising religions and beliefs -- 1.3.Non-applicability of right to proselytise to non-religious rights-holders -- 2.Forms of improper coercion -- 2.1.Proselytism through threats or violence -- 2.2.Proselytism through exploitation of circumstance -- 2.3.Proselytism through exposure to religious symbols -- 3.Determining where coercion undermines choice -- 3.1.Attributes of the source and target of proselytism -- 3.2.Location and nature of proselytism -- 3.3.Context of the proselytism -- 4.Conclusion: The need to prioritise rights over religions -- 4.Freedom from hate -- 1.Article 20 and hate speech in the name of religion -- 2.Pro-religious bias of article 20 -- 2.1.Hatred in the name of religion -- 2.2.Homophobia: Prohibited discrimination or a religious right? -- 3.Weak protection of non-believers and atheists from hate speech -- 4.Conclusion: Curtailing incitement of violence against atheists -- 5.Freedom from parents -- 1.Balancing rights of parents and children -- 1.1.The rights and liberties of parents over their children -- 1.2.The rights and evolving capacities of the child -- 2.Freedom from coercive religious or moral education -- 2.1.The liberties of the parent -- 2.2.The best interests of the child -- 3.Freedom from religious circumcision -- 3.1.The child's right to health -- 3.2.The child's freedom of religion and belief -- 4.Conclusion: The need to protect children from their parents -- 6.Conclusion -- 1.Indefensibility of pro-religious bias of human rights law -- 1.1.Relevance of the inherent value of religion and belief -- 1.2.Relevance of religion or belief in social life -- 2.Freedom from religion as the measure of religious freedom -- 2.1.Pluralism as the guiding principle -- 2.2.Freedom from religion as the litmus test
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351802208
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
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not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1011673576
  • (OCoLC)on1011673576
Label
Freedom from religion and human rights law : strengthening the right to freedom of religion and belief for non-religious and atheist rights-holders, Marika McAdam
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1.Freedom of religion or belief -- 1.The meaning of `religion' and `belief' in international law -- Article 18 -- 1.1.Defining `religion' and `belief' -- 1.2.Pluralism as the guiding principle -- 2.ICCPR Article 18 and the plurality of religion and belief -- 2.1.Freedom to have or adopt a religion or belief -- 2.2.Freedom to manifest religion or belief -- 2.3.Freedom from coercion -- 3.Limitations to manifestations -- 3.1.Fewer limitations to article 18 than for other rights -- 3.2.Limitations favour religion over non-religion -- 3.3.Non-derogability of article 18 -- 4.Conclusion: The limits of article 18 to protect freedom from religion -- 2.The hierarchy of religion and belief -- 1.Established, major religions at the top of the hierarchy -- 1.1.High influence of religious non-state actors -- 1.2.Weak regulation of religious non-state actors -- 2.New, unusual or emerging religions and beliefs -- 2.1.High persecution of new or `unusual' religions -- 2.2.Low protection of new or `unusual' religions -- 3.Non-religion and atheism at the bottom of the hierarchy -- 3.1.High persecution of non-believers and atheists -- 3.2.Low protection of non-believers and atheists -- 4.Conclusion: Non-religious and atheist rights-holders neglected -- 3.Freedom from proselytism -- 1.Proselytism as a manifestation of religion -- 1.1.Advantage of proselytism to major religions -- 1.2.Disadvantage of non-proselytising religions and beliefs -- 1.3.Non-applicability of right to proselytise to non-religious rights-holders -- 2.Forms of improper coercion -- 2.1.Proselytism through threats or violence -- 2.2.Proselytism through exploitation of circumstance -- 2.3.Proselytism through exposure to religious symbols -- 3.Determining where coercion undermines choice -- 3.1.Attributes of the source and target of proselytism -- 3.2.Location and nature of proselytism -- 3.3.Context of the proselytism -- 4.Conclusion: The need to prioritise rights over religions -- 4.Freedom from hate -- 1.Article 20 and hate speech in the name of religion -- 2.Pro-religious bias of article 20 -- 2.1.Hatred in the name of religion -- 2.2.Homophobia: Prohibited discrimination or a religious right? -- 3.Weak protection of non-believers and atheists from hate speech -- 4.Conclusion: Curtailing incitement of violence against atheists -- 5.Freedom from parents -- 1.Balancing rights of parents and children -- 1.1.The rights and liberties of parents over their children -- 1.2.The rights and evolving capacities of the child -- 2.Freedom from coercive religious or moral education -- 2.1.The liberties of the parent -- 2.2.The best interests of the child -- 3.Freedom from religious circumcision -- 3.1.The child's right to health -- 3.2.The child's freedom of religion and belief -- 4.Conclusion: The need to protect children from their parents -- 6.Conclusion -- 1.Indefensibility of pro-religious bias of human rights law -- 1.1.Relevance of the inherent value of religion and belief -- 1.2.Relevance of religion or belief in social life -- 2.Freedom from religion as the measure of religious freedom -- 2.1.Pluralism as the guiding principle -- 2.2.Freedom from religion as the litmus test
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351802208
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1011673576
  • (OCoLC)on1011673576

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