By Daniel J. Hill, Daniel Whistler
Few concerns relating non secular freedom galvanize quite a bit controversy and debate because the volume to which non secular symbols will be safe within the public sphere and the place of work. This publication offers the 1st sustained philosophical research of the thoughts at factor during this debate, in addition to overlaying the entire significant contemporary instances introduced lower than Article nine of the eu conference of Human Rights, together with the landmark judgment Eweida v united kingdom. particularly, it supplies a transparent presentation of the present nation of the case-law, grounding it, in a different contribution to the talk, in an research of its philosophical underpinnings. specific awareness is paid to diverse services of the logo and their theoretical history, with new emphasis at the position of the logo in bearing witness to religion. This ebook will open up new vistas for philosophers of faith and criminal theorists alike.
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Vickers (2008) Religious Freedom, Religious Discrimination and the Workplace (Portland, OR: Hart), pp. 13–22; D. Harris, M. O’Boyle, E. 1057/9781137354174 - The Right to Wear Religious Symbols, Daniel J. com - Trial Access - PalgraveConnect - 2013-11-01 The Commission finds that the leaflets did not express pacifist views [even though they were motivated by them]. Buckley (2009) Law of the European Convention on Human Rights, 2nd edn (Oxford: Oxford University Press), p. 426. Trigg’s criticisms are particularly virulent: ‘The problem is that we are left with little way of deciding what counts as a religion and what does not.
Com - Trial Access - PalgraveConnect - 2013-11-01 24 The Manifestation Test 25 from now on. Our focus will be mainly on a conceptual analysis of the status of religious symbolism in relation to Article 9(1). The importance of 9(2) here is solely to point out that just because the use of a symbol may initially qualify for protection under Article 9(1), this does not mean that it will be protected in the end. The grounds for discriminating against it may well be justified. For the applicant to prove that his or her right to freedom of religion and belief has been interfered with and so for ‘Article 9 to be engaged’ (as the ECtHR puts it), all three of the first three tests need to be satisfactorily passed.
The Right to Wear Religious Symbols. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 1057/9781137354174. 1057/9781137354174 - The Right to Wear Religious Symbols, Daniel J. com - Trial Access - PalgraveConnect - 2013-11-01 1 Trends in Article 9(1) To begin, it is necessary to delimit the scope of this study – the manifestation test as it is to be found (and also not found) in the case-law concerning Article 9 of the ECtHR. This test has cast a long shadow over much of the debate surrounding religious discrimination in the UK and Europe.