Minority rights and religion have never been topics that are simultaneously considered. However, arguably, the two have relevance, especially when combined with the topic and theory of constitutionalism. Historically and traditionally, minorities have been granted certain rights and have been denied certain rights under various constitutions. These grants and denials relate to cultural differences and values, arguably relating to a culture’s understanding and interpretation of religion.
This article explores the relationship and status of minority rights as it relates to religiosity and constitutionalism. Essentially, there is a correlation between these topics and research shows where certain nations have used religion in a free, liberal manner, its citizens and visitors have less conflict and primarily are content and at peace and its economy have been at its best.
Robinson, Brandy G.
"Religiosity in Constitutions and the Status of Minority Rights,"
Cultural Encounters, Conflicts, and Resolutions: Vol. 1
, Article 6.
Available at: https://engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu/cecr/vol1/iss2/6
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