Do Democracies Everywhere Need Religious Freedom to be Liberal—and to Last?| 1hr : 28mins
Director: Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs | Producer: Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: United States
Since its inception in 2011 the Religious Freedom Project has conducted a wide ranging conversation among policymakers, scholars, and the media on the meaning and value of religious freedom. This conversation has yielded a great deal of light, and, truth be told, a fair amount of heat (religious freedom is, after all, a controversial subject). A two-day capstone conference looked back over the project's first three years, and looked forward as well. It addressed the relationship between religious freedom and human flourishing. Top experts engaged in a series of rich and dynamic discussions around the proposition that religious freedom is not only a universal right but also a universal good—a key ingredient in the flourishing of individuals and societies everywhere.
Do Democracies Everywhere Need Religious Freedom to be Liberal—and to Last? | 1hr : 28mins
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