‘Living together’ in diversity and mutual respect: Some thoughts on SAS v France

Piret Akkerman
LLB Graduate from the University of Hertfordshire

The SAS v France[1] judgment, which was delivered by the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) on the 1st of July 2014, introduced a new ground to justify interference with an individual’s religious freedom under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). In light of recent public debates on an evolving pluralistic and diverse society, this blog post revisits the judgment and discusses its wider impact. Continue reading “‘Living together’ in diversity and mutual respect: Some thoughts on SAS v France”

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