RELIGARE contributes to enhance interdisciplinary cooperation in the area of religious pluralism in Europe and to examine new normative frameworks on the field of religion and secularism with a view to making policy recommendations for improvement.
Jogchum Vrielink holds a Ph.D in law and also studied anthropology and public administration. He teaches discrimination law and ‘selected topics of law in a multicultural society’. His research areas include discrimination law, hate speech, freedom of speech, religion and religious freedom.
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