• Published 2018

Transnational Nonestablishment

@inproceedings{E2018TransnationalN,
  title={Transnational Nonestablishment},
  author={E.},
  year={2018}
}
Over the past decade, significant changes have occurred in the religious freedom jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights. The most recent indicators of change are the conflicting opinions displayed in the 2009 Chamber decision finding the mandatory posting of crucifixes in public school classrooms in Italy impermissible, and its subsequent reversal by the Grand Chamber in 2011. Taking a broader perspective, this Article argues that an emerging trend toward a transnational… CONTINUE READING