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Prophets are Secular: Egypt’s New Law and the Potential Impact on Religious Freedom.

By on 26th May 2017

A New law in Egypt which grants the president of Egypt the power to appoint the most senior officials in the Egyptian judiciary has recently been passed by parliament and it threatens the very fabric of judicial independence in Egypt. By way of a brief clarification, this blog post does not make the claim that […]

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A Few Reflections on Professor Rosenfeld’s Thought on Secularism by Darshan Datar

By on 24th October 2016

On the 13th of October 2016, the Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group at the EUI was delighted to organise a lecture by Prof. Michel Rosenfeld, University Professor of Law and Comparative Democracy, the Justice Sydney L. Robins Professor of Human Rights and Director, Program on Global and Comparative Constitutional Theory at the Benjamin N. Cardozo […]

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Lecture: Recasting Secularism as One Conception of the Good Among Many in a Post-Secular Constitutional Polity by Prof. Michel Rosenfeld

By on 13th October 2016

The Constitutionalism and Politics Working Group at the EUI was delighted to organise a lecture by Prof. Michel Rosenfeld, University Professor of Law and Comparative Democracy, the Justice Sydney L. Robins Professor of Human Rights and Director, Program on Global and Comparative Constitutional Theory at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law of Yeshiva University. […]

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