The First Brazilian Symposium on Religious Freedom was held in Rio de Janeiro, 23–25 March 2022. The symposium was organized by the Brazilian Center of Studies in Law and Religion and the International Center for Law and Religion Studies of the J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University. Participants included dozens of leaders from religious organizations, academic institutions, government entities, and nongovernmental and civil society organizations—from Brazil and other Latin American countries, the United States, and Europe. The following summaries provide a small glimpse into ideas exchanged at this first-of-its-kind event.
Posts in the Series:
Edna Vasconcelos Zilli. Panorama of Religious Coexistence in Brazil
Marcio Henrique Pereira Ponzilacqua. Law, Religion, and Society: Sociology’s View of Law and Religion￼
Ruth Junginger de Andrade. Thoughts on Law, Religion, and Society￼
Carmen Asiaín Pereira. The Reception of the Right to Religious Freedom in Latin America￼
Carmen Asiaín Pereira. La Recepción del Derecho de Libertad Religiosa en América Latina￼