Dr. Rosa Freedman presents a case study on the political efforts to enshrine a new universal human right. The Organization of Islamic Cooperation has worked for years to establish a new right: the right to not have one's religion defamed. But does this putative right violate already recognized rights?
Defamation of Religion
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Freedman, R. (Academic). (2016). Defamation of religion [Video]. SAGE Knowledge. https://www.doi.org/10.4135/9781473979895
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