Religious Education in the European Context

@inproceedings{Schreiner2013ReligiousEI,
  title={Religious Education in the European Context},
  author={Peter Schreiner},
  year={2013}
}
The current government in Hungary decided to introduce religious education and ethics as compulsory subjects in state schools from 2013 on. This has started a contested debate in Hungarian society about the place of religion in school. Arguments opposing this decision refer to tendencies of secularisation and to decreasing influence of churches in society. It is stated that the government tries to re-invigorate the importance of religion (Christianity) in Hungary for political reasons. This… Expand
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