1000 Religion & Human Rights
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701 Legal & Religious Frameworks
702 Freedom of Religion
703 Freedom for Religion
704 Freedom from Religion
705 Freedom within Religion
Option 1. Complete all five modules and earn a certificate of completion.
Option 2. Complete all five modules and earn academic credit from one of our accredited partner universities.
All students enrolled in the Rutgers University course Religion & Human Rights with Dr. Nathan C. Walker will receive academic credit for completing this course sequence. Students who wish to also receive academic credit are encouraged to contact an advisor at ReligionAndPublicLife.com to learn more.
Students who successfully complete modules in this series will earn an official certification of completion from the public charity, Religious Freedom & Business Foundation. Special thanks to Dr. Brian J. Grim, president, and Greg Clark, JD, for conceiving this project to advance human-rights education around the globe.
Special thanks to the researchers at the Fourth Conference of the International Consortium for Law and Religion Studies for articulating the four frameworks for human rights education: freedom of, for, from, within religion. Special thanks to the Religious Freedom Center of the Freedom Forum Institute for distributing to the public the twenty interviews that Dr. Nathan C. Walker conducted about religion and human rights.
This course also draws from research conducted by Lyal S. Sunga and Nathan C. Walker, as published by the International Law and Development Organization in Freedom of Religion or Belief through Law: Current Dilemmas and Lessons Learned (2014/2016). They presented this research at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome, Italy.