INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM ON LAW AND RELIGION
AT THE 7th LAW AND RELIGION RESEARCH MEETING
The Brazilian Center of Studies in Law and Religion
06 May 2021, 2pm - 6pm, Brazilian time zone (UTC-3)
The International Colloquium on Law and Religion will take place during the 7th Law and Religion Research Meeting, organized by the Brazilian Center of Studies in Law and Religion (Federal University of Uberlandia).
The Colloquium will be held virtually through Zoom, on 06 May 2021, 2pm - 6pm, Brazilian time zone.
The main theme of the Colloquium will be “Law, Religion, and Sustainability: The role of freedom of religion or belief in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals”. Papers concerning the relationship between law, religion, and sustainable development are most welcome, including the analysis of legal cases and theoretical approaches.
The Law and Religion Research Meetings are part of the United Nations Academic Impact Program (UNAI) at the Federal University of Uberlandia and seek to promote its guiding principles, particularly "Principle 6 - Human Rights", "Principle 7 - Intercultural Dialogue" and "Principle 9 - Peace and Conflict Resolution". The meetings also seek to contribute to the advancement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, especially "SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities" and "SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions".
Registration is open for participants from all over the world.
Those who are interested in participating must fill in the following form: https://forms.gle/K3MDZuQNLQEgP1Zj9.
Provisional program (click here)
The submission deadline for international participants is April 28, 2021.
Abstract submission form: https://forms.gle/K3MDZuQNLQEgP1Zj9.
A letter of acceptance will be sent by e-mail to those who have their proposal approved, until April 30, 2021.
An abstract clearly summarizing the arguments should be submitted before the deadline.
The abstract must be written and presented in English and should convey the main results of a research-in-progress or a completed research paper related to the event's general theme.
Proposal structure: title, authors’ names (up to three) followed by their emails, an abstract (from 300 to 500 words), 03 to 05 keywords, references and a short personal biography (of no more than 100 words). Please do not include figures, tables or charts.
By submitting the abstract, the author authorizes its publication in the event proceedings.
Prof. Rodrigo Vitorino Souza Alves, Ph.D
Professor of Constitutional Law and Human Rights, Federal University of Uberlandia (Brazil)
Leading Researcher, The Brazilian Center of Studies in Law and Religion