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Education, Religion and the Law: A Comparative Approach

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ISBN13: 9781847660640
Published: November 2008
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional (Ireland)
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Paperback
Price: £90.00
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Accessible to legal practitioners, education professionals, policy makers and politicians, Religion, Education and the Law: A Comparative Approach compares the relevant aspects of each system, including the characteristics, structures, case law and the degree of separation of Church and State deriving from historical experience in:

  • Ireland
  • England
  • France
  • Germany
  • Spain
  • United States of America

The forces of democracy in Ireland and elsewhere are bringing about important changes in the Church-State relationship relating to education. As the E.U. consolidates and harmonises, the role of the churches in education in the Member States is being influenced by its equality and non-discrimination principles, while the impact of international human rights law on education is also increasing. It is vital that your organisation is fully in step with these important developments and case by ordering a copy of this essential new book without delay.

The plain-language employed throughout facilitates an understanding of the complex legal issues involved. Buy this book and benefit from:

  • An enlightening analysis of the law surrounding the church-state relationship
  • Key information on Ireland's education system
  • Up-to-date information on the human rights laws relating to religion and education
  • An outline of the provisions made in publicly funded schools for religious education and religious instruction and worship
  • In-depth examination of the Europe-wide emergence of a secular education programme in publicly funded schools
  • Insight on how legal and democratic principles are applied to the relationship of religion with education in all six countries
  • A clear understanding of the provisions made under Irish law
  • Details of the major constitutional and legislative provisions employed in each of the six countries featured

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Subjects:
Education Law, Irish Law
Contents:
Chapter 1: Introduction,
Chapter 2: Church-State Relations: Historical Evolution,
Chapter 3: Religion, Education and Law in the European Union,
Chapter 4: Human Rights: Freedom of Religion and Education,
Chapter 5: Religion, Education and Law in England,
Chapter 6: Religion, Education and the Law in Germany,
Chapter 7: Religion, Education and the Law in France,
Chapter 8: Religion, Education and the Law in Spain,
Chapter 9: Religion, Education and the Law in Ireland,
Chapter 10: Religion, Education and the Law in the United States,
Chapter 11: Conclusions