n International Journal for Religious Freedom - Editorial




Legal matters have a broad and multifaceted connection to religious freedom and religious persecution. This ranges from human rights and constitutions to specific laws that are to protect religious freedom. In other contexts the same entities might be used or abused to restrict religious freedom and/or to justify persecution. Several forms of religious freedom advocacy have a legal nature. In this issue of IJRF we will hear of legislative advocacy and litigation. Beyond legal issues there seems to be rather little scholarly study of religious freedom advocacy.


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