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CIRF EVENTS
Islamic Perspectives on Religious Freedom
Symposium Saturday, April 16 in Claremont, CA, 9am-5pm

Co-sponsored by Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School.
Register here.

 
The Untold Story of Pakistan's Blasphemy Law
Lecture by Arafat Mazhar, Founder of Engage Pakistan

April 18  noon at Stanford University, Bechtel Center
April 21  10:30am at the Woodrow Wilson Center in DC
April 25  5:00pm at Princeton University, Robertson Hall
Blasphemy Laws As a Challenge to Religious Freedom
April 20 at Georgetown University, 10am-2:30pm

Co-sponsored by the Religious Freedom Project at Georgetown University.
Register here.
What We're Reading
What is the relationship between religious freedom and freedom of expression?
In his annual report, Heiner Bielefeldt, UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief, explains the inextricable relation between these two freedoms.

Highly recommended reading.
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