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European research and information projects

  • Active

- GREASE - Radicalisation, Secularism and the Governance of Religion
This project, funded by the European Union, studies the management of religious diversity and in particular of radicalisation. In particular, selected European countries are compared with Asian countries, taking into account historical influences.

- Intercultural Education through Religious Studies, maps and analyses how religion and teaching (about) religion is played out in the official curricula for religion education or other school subjects.

- IRIS - Observatoire géopolitique du religieux
This observatory aims at providing the necessary tool for a sound and accurate understanding of the contemporary world and the question of religion.

- Observatoire international du religieux (International Observatory on Religion)
Research programme which aims to shed light on contemporary religious phenomena and their interactions with politics.

- Observatoire des religions et de la laïcité (O-Re-La)
Daily synthesis of news concerning religions, analyses, studies, expertises et results of research concerning religions, convictions, and State-Church relations.

- Observatoire Pharos
Trilingual website (French, English and Arabic,), aiming at providing information on the situation of cultural and religious pluralism in the world.

- Religioscope
News and analyses about religions in today’s world.

- Study of Religions Against Prejudices & Stereotypes

- Worldwide religious news (WWRN)
A non-profit service providing the international academic and legal community with up-to-date religious news from around the world.

  • Past

- 2008-2015, Secularization (de-institutionalization and de-christianization): Religion in Estonia from the Modern period to the Present, University of Tartu, Estonia.

- 2008-2018, IMPACT: "The Impact of Religion – Challenges for Society, Law and Democracy" (project of the Centrum för forskning om religion och samhälle, Religion and Society Research Centre, Uppsala University).

- 2010-2015, RELMIN
RELMIN gathers, studies and edits normative texts concerning the legal status of religious minorities in medieval Europe.

- 2010-2015, Post-Secular Culture and a Changing Religious Landscape. Åbo Akademi University, Finland.

- 2013-2017, Religion and Human Rights, An International Empirical Research Program University of Würzburg, Germany.

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