Droits de l'homme et sécularisation des rapports religions-États : quel rôle pour la jurisprudence de Strasbourg ?

Abstract : The European Court of Human Rights has developed the idea that religious freedom, as recognised by the European Convention on Human Rights, limits States possible approaches toward religion. The limits are related to the privatisation of religion as well as its differentiation from political power. The article proposes to evaluate the role of the European Court in the construction of a principle of State religious neutrality from the point of view of a critically revisited concept of secularisation.
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Fernando Arlettaz. Droits de l'homme et sécularisation des rapports religions-États : quel rôle pour la jurisprudence de Strasbourg ?. 2017. ⟨halshs-01491147v2⟩

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