Statements

The International Religious Liberty Association Board of Experts is a respected think tank consisting of distinguished academics, practitioners and other international experts in the field of human rights and religion.  The group has been meeting annually since 1999 to study issues of concern, and has periodically released consensus statements summarizing their analysis and recommendations.

Guiding Principles for the Responsible Dissemination of Religion or Belief

Board of Experts of the International Religious Liberty Association
Las Navas del Marques, Spain
January 29, 2000 READ NOW

Guiding Principles And Recommendations On Security And Religious Freedom

Board of Experts of the International Religious Liberty Association
Leuven, Belgium
June 11, 2003 READ NOW

Guiding Principles Regarding Student Rights to Wear or Display Religious Symbols

Board of Experts of the International Religious Liberty Association
Sigüenza, Spain
November 15, 2005 READ NOW

Statement of Concern about Proposals Regarding Defamation of Religions

Board of Experts of the International Religious Liberty Association
Silver Spring, MD/Washington, DC
September 3, 2009 READ NOW

Recommendations on Freedom of Religion or Belief in Education

Board of Experts of the International Religious Liberty Association
University of Extremadura, Cáceres, Spain, May 17-21, 2001 READ NOW

A Statement about the Relationship Between the Secular State and Certain Religious Freedoms

Board of Experts of the International Religious Liberty Association
Athens, Greece – January 7-9, 2014 Florence, Italy – August 18-21, 2014 READ NOW