Topic 1. Church and State relationships models in European Union countries. Sects and cults legal requirements.
Topic 2. Constitutional and legal protection on ideological and religious liberties
Topic 3. European Union Law about freedom of ideology and religion and Church and State relationships
Topic 4. Legal regulation about matrimony, Religious teaching, Religious chaplaincy, legal status of Religious denominations, etc.
Topic 5. Freedom of ideology and religion in the Council of Europe.
Topic 6. Legislation directly and indirectly adopted to tackle radicalization and extremism.
Topic 6. Religious symbology: Islamic headscarf at school and in labour relationships.
Topic 6. Case-law about articles 9 and 14 of the European Convention of the European Court of Human Rights.
EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS DECISIONS:
- Freedom of thought, conscience and religión:
KOKKINAKIS v. GREECE (Freedom to express beliefs, convictions, ideas or opinions)
BUSCARINI AND OTHERS v. SAN MARINO (Oath to be taken by members of the parliament)
CHAARE SHALOM VE TSEDEK V. FRANCE (Religious beliefs and food)
KLEIN V. SLOVAKIA (Freedom of expression against religious leaders)
- Equality and non-discrimination on religious or ideological reasons
ShERIF V. GREECE (Separation between civil and religious affairs)
HOFFMANN V. AUSTRIA (Right to found a family)
MASAEV V. MOLDOVA (civil existence of religious groups)
RELIGIONSGEMEINSCHAFT DER ZEUGEN JEHOVAS V. AUSTRIA (religious State neutrality)
- Public Schools and Freedom of thought, conscience and religion
KJELDSEN, BUSK MADSEN Y PEDERSEN V. DENMARK (Conscientious Objection and Compulsory Education)
HASAN Y EYLEM ZENGIN V. TURKEY (religious instruction in public schools)
FOLGERO V. NORWAY (religious instruction in public schools)
LEYLA ÇAHIN V. TURKEY (religious personal symbols and education)
LAUTSI V. ITALY (religious symbols and education)