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Racines historiques de la gouvernance contemporaine de la diversité religieuse

The legal framework on religion that Austria readopted after World War II dates back to the Habsburg monarchy. After World War II, consensus orientation became the guiding principle among Austrian political and societal actors. While the conservative Austrian People’s Party retained close ties with the Roman-Catholic Church, they now fostered a general religion-friendly approach that included religious minorities, resulting in the Austrian model of inclusive politics of religion. Both Conservatives and Social Democrats fostered consociationalism regarding social and labour-market politics, and went along with consensus orientation in the field of the politics of religion.

Source :
Astrid Mattes, "Turning away from tolerance : Governance of religious diversity on Austria", in Religion and Illiberal Politics, hg. von Anja Hennig und Mirjam Weiberg-Salzmann, Frankfurt am Main, Campus Verlag, 2021.

D 21 février 2022    AAstrid Mattes AKerstin Wonisch

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