Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Participation in workshop, seminar, course
Thursday 28 May
12.30 Lunch and registration
1.30 Welcome and Introduction
1.45 Session 1 (Chair: Jonathan Seglow)
Cécile Laborde, Equal Liberty and Religious Exemptions
Caroline Roberts Le vivre ensemble: What does SAS v France mean for religious accommodation?
Russell Sandberg, The Eweida Enigma
3.45 Session 2 (Chair: Simon Thompson)
Peter Jones, Religious exemptions and distributive justice
Maria Paola Ferretti, Religion, freedom of conscience and equality. When do they meet and when do they come apart?
David Perfect, Legal approaches on religion or belief: indirect discrimination versus a duty of reasonable accommodation
Robert Wintemute, Accommodation to avoid indirect discrimination (if no harm to others): The difference between religious clothing or symbols and religious individuals refusing to serve others
5.45 Session 2 ends
Friday 29 May
9.0 Session 3 (Chair: Alex Brown)
Sune Laegaard, Mosques and freedom of religion
Mohammed Aziz religion as identity and religion as belief/practice: the confusion at the heart of religious discrimination legislation
Tariq Modood, Should religion be specially accommodated in state-funded schools?
11.0 Session 4 (Chair: Jonathan Seglow)
Jonathan Boyd, Rights and Obligations: A Jewish perspective on issues around religious accommodation
Roland Pierik, The diminishing latitude of religiously-based claims to exemptions from childhood vaccination.
Andrew Shorten, Accommodating Groups and Exempting Institutions.
12.45 Roundtable on grant application
1.15 Lunch and close