Author ORCID Identifier
John Witte, Jr. 0000-0001-8929-0267
Religious and ethnic conflict, Religious balkanization, Religious freedom, International law, Human rights norms, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Defamation of religion
Clearly, religion and freedom do not yet coincide in many countries, however rosy their new constitutional claims are as to religious rights and freedoms for all. Apostasy, Blasphemy, Conversion, Defamation, and Evangelization-these are the new alphabet of religious rights violation in a number of regions around the world. Occurring at the intersection of religion and international human rights, these violations are also challenges to the universality of human rights and the democratic institutions that generate and affirm them.
Emory International Law Review
John Witte Jr. & M. Christian Green, Religious Freedom, Democracy, and International Human Rights, 23 EMORY INT'l L. REV. 583 (2009).
International Law Commons, Other International and Area Studies Commons, Religion Law Commons, Sociology of Religion Commons