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The Trinity College of Dublin organises the 2th edition of the summer school in Human Rights and Religions, from 22th to 29th of June 2018 in Dublin.
This year’s central question for the summer school is: What is the role of religious discourse, and the place of religious freedoms, within contemporary human rights frameworks?
The 2018 Summer School will explore this question broadly across themes including the relationship between religion, human rights and the state, the idea of non-discrimination, the problem of hate speech, and the rights of religious minorities.
The School will take place in various locations on the central Dublin campus of Trinity College, including the Long Room Hub and the Irish School of Ecumenics.
For enrollment and more information visit the link below.