Corpus ID: 199279166

Diminishing Disadvantage and Curtailing Power: A Reimagining of ‘Freedom of Conscience and Religion’ in Canada

@inproceedings{Ally2019DiminishingDA,
  title={Diminishing Disadvantage and Curtailing Power: A Reimagining of ‘Freedom of Conscience and Religion’ in Canada},
  author={Safiyyah Ally},
  year={2019}
}
This dissertation is a contribution to the growing scholarship that challenges the claim that the legal protection of religious freedom in liberal democratic orders is fair, neutral and universal. Using Canada as my case, I ask whether the historical domination of Protestant Christianity has left its mark on contemporary secular regimes. The answer is clearly yes. In the dissertation I focus particularly on the issue of exemptions. I question whether the current dominant understanding of… Expand

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