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Title: The treatment of religious attire by courts and international fora reveals the need for new justifications for religious freedom beyond personal autonomy
Authors: Singhi, Yash
Keywords: Value pluralism
Identity
Assimilation
Feminism
Issue Date: 3-May-2019
Publisher: International Review of Human Rights Law
Citation: Singhi, Y. (2019). The treatment of religious attire by courts and international fora reveals the need for new justifications for religious freedom beyond personal autonomy. International Review of Human Rights Law, (04).
Abstract: This discusses the important considerations, courts forget to look into, before concluding this issue. It shows forcible assimilation in the European way of life and further discusses how it not only takes away the right to manifest religion but, it also encroaches upon their personal identity and group identity.
URI: http://irhrl.com/media/Yash%20Singhi%2C%20The%20Treatment%20of%20Religious%20Attire%20by%20Courts%20and%20International%20Fora%20reveals%20the%20need%20for%20new%20justifications%20for%20Religious%20Freedom%20beyond%20Personal%20Autonomy%2C%20Fourth%20Issue%2C%20IRHRL.pdf
http://hdl.handle.net/10739/2591
ISSN: 2455-8648
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