Fides et Libertas
The Journal of the International Religious Liberty Association
The IRLA produces an annual scholarly journal, Fides et Libertas, in which it publishes articles by members of its distinguished Board of Experts and other academics and activists in the field of religious freedom and human rights. Also included in each edition are reports from the IRLA's international congresses and symposiums.
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20th Anniversary of the International Religious Liberty Association Meeting of Experts: No Compulsion in ReligionDownload
Living with Our Deepest Differences: Insights from the 8th World Congress on Religious FreedomDownload
Defamation of Religions, including Statement of Concern of the IRLA Panel of ExpertsDownload
Sixth World Congress, Cape Town, South Africa; Combating Religious Hatred through Freedom to BelieveDownload
All-Africa Religious Liberty Congress, Accra, Ghana; Religious Liberty: Co-Existence in Peace and Freedom in DiversityDownload
Baroness Caroline Cox, "Sources of Totalitarianism," Willy Fautre, "Sects: Do Democracies Need Laws of Exception?," T. Jeremy Gunn, "Founding Myths," Anatoly Krasikov, "Religious Liberty--Condition for Revival of Russia in the 21st Century," and more...Download
National Secuity and Religious Freedom, including Guiding Principles and Recommendations on Security and Religious FreedomDownload
Fifth World Congress, Manila Philippines; Religious Freedom: A Basis for Peace and JusticeDownload