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.
Thalia Kruger completed her undergraduate law studies in South Africa and subsequently her Ph.D. in the field of private international law at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium. She has worked in the field of migration in Brussels, and has conducted research and taught in the field of private international law, including international family law, European private international law and legal pluralism, in Belgium and in South Africa.
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