The State Support

Bibliography on the Research Area dealing with the STATE SUPPORT

Research Area on the STATE SUPPORT (WP6)

 

BASDEVANT-GAUDEMET B., BERLINGO' S. (ed), The Financing of Religious Communities in the European Union. Le financement des religions dans les pays de l'Union européenne, Proceedings of the Conference organised by Prof. Salvatore Berlingo, Messina, 16-19 November 2006. Actes du colloque org. Prof. Salvatore Berlingo, Messina, 16-19 novembre 2006, Leuven, Peeters, 2009, 350 pp.

 

RELIGARE INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR - Religious communities & State support, 27 June 2012, Strasbourg, France

27/06/2012 08:30
27/06/2012 17:00
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Venue: European Parliament, Strasbourg (France), “Winston Churchill” entrance, Room: N1.2

Date: 27th June 2012

 

This scientific event will focus on the key elements of the denominational law and theological principles specific to the Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and Muslim religions and dealing with the financing of religious communities.

Religion in the Media - Religious Broadcasting and the Role of the State

26/04/2012 09:00
26/04/2012 18:00
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Venue: Boekman Foundation, Herengracht 415, 1017 BP Amsterdam

Organization: This event is co-organised by the department of Constitutional and Administrative Law of the Free University of Amsterdam (VISOR) and PRISME-SDRE (CNRS, University of Strasbourg, France).

 

Public funding to religions in Europe: Current practices

12/05/2011 09:00
12/05/2011 18:00
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Venue: University of Copenhagen (Københavns Universitet), Anneks B, Studiegården, Studiestræde 6, Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

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State of the Art Report: Funding religious heritage

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Anne Fornerod
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RELIGARE State of the Art Report
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Places of worship and the ‘movable goods’ within them are a familiar and important part of the cultural heritage of Europe. With some exceptions, one can observe many common points in the way European countries manage and preserve these goods, particularly from a financial point of view. As a result, in many countries, the heritage dimension of places of worship makes them eligible for additional funding.
Moreover, dealing with this issue means meeting two major challenges: the religious/cultural divide and the recurrent and widespread lack of funds.
A question remains open that paves the way for further investigation: does the shared concern for preserving religious heritage lead to a common pattern of funding in Europe? Or do the domestic specificities of church-state relations prevail?

Public funding to religions in Europe: historical approach, 13 December 2010, Strasbourg, France

13/12/2010
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Organizers: CNRS and University of Strasbourg

Venue: Strasbourg, 13 December 2010

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This Seminar related to the research area dealing with 'State Support' aims at enlightening the historical roots of the current patterns of public funding to religions in various European countries.

Anne Fornerod

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Anne
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Fornerod
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Anne Fornerod, Ph.D. in Public Law, University of Paris XI, 2006, joined the research center CNRS-PRISME in 2006. Once arrived in the CNRS, spent two years working on religious assistance in public schools. Since then, interested in several areas of State and Religion Law among which the interaction between secularism or laïcité and the integration process of foreigners and currently carries out investigation about religious pluralism in cemeteries.

Aykan Erdemir

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Aykan
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Erdemir
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Aykan Erdemir is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology of Middle East Technical University (METU) where he teaches courses on social and political anthropology, and the anthropology of Europe and the Middle East. He is also the Deputy Dean of the Graduate School of Social Sciences and the Director of the German-Turkish Masters Program in Social Sciences, a dual-diploma program of Humboldt-Universität and METU.

Zana Citak

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Zana
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Zana Citak is Vice-Chair of the Department of International Relations at Middle East Technical University. She works on issues in secularism, religion, nationalism, and politics. Her current research examines Islam in Europe from a comparative perspective.

Smita Tewari Jassal

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Smita Tewari
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Jassal
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Smita Tewari Jassal has been at the graduate School of Social Sciences, METU since 2009. She was the Haas Visiting Professor in Anthropology at Brandeis University from 2008-2009. She has taught at Columbia University and at SAIS, Johns Hopkins University. Over the last decade she researched Indian culture and society in the context of human rights, the role of women and development and issues of politics and society in the Indian subcontinent.

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