Ecclesiastical Law I (Erasmus)

Kyriazopoulos Kyriakos

Περιγραφή

Τhe system of relations between church and state in Greece and in the member states of the European Union. Legal aspects of the individual right to religious freedom as envisaged enshrined in Greece and in the European Union. Organization, legal personality and administration of religions.

Κωδικός: OCRS357
Κατηγορία: Νομικής » Άλλο
CC - Αναφορά - Παρόμοια Διανομή
CC - Αναφορά - Παρόμοια Διανομή

Θεματικές Ενότητες

Object and pillars of Ecclesiastical Law – First pillar of Ecclesiastical Law – Second pillar of Ecclesiastical Law – Third pillar of Ecclesiastical Law.

Analysis of the General Comment No.22 – Article 18 paragraph 1 – Article 18 paragraph 2 – Legal meaning of the terms “religion” and “belief” – Human rights v. State privileges – General Comment No.22 paragraph 2 – General Comment No.22 paragraph 3.

General Comment No.22 paragraph 4 – The meaning of the term “worship” – The meaning of the term “observance” – The meaning of the terms “practice” and “teaching” – General Comment No.22 paragraph 5 – General Comment No.22 paragraph 6 – General Comment No.22 paragraph 8 – General Comment No.22 paragraph 9.

Church and state relations in modern Europe (part A) – System of separation – Systems of institutional unity – Church state system – Internal, external and mixed affairs – System of state church – Not state churches/religious communities – Examples of state systems.

Church and state relations in modern Europe (part B) – Institutional unity and separation – Denmark’s state church system – State church v. free church – Systems of institutional separation – Subsystem of Catholic established church – Subsystem of special recognition – Church of Bessarabia.

Church and state relations in modern Europe (part C) – Subsystems of multi-denominational state – Principles – Registered v. unregistered religious organizations – Multi-tire structures of legal regimes.

Church and state relations in modern Europe (part D) – Subsystems of multi-denominational state – Italy’s pyramid – The system of “Laïcité” - European countries with predominantly Orthodox majority (part A).

European countries with predominantly Orthodox majority (part B) – The principle of institutional separation – The principle of state-church cooperation – Special recognition – Prevailing religion (Greece).

European countries with predominantly Orthodox majority (part C) – Special recognition – The right to acquire legal personality.

European countries with predominantly Orthodox majority (part D) – The right to acquire legal personality – Religious discriminations – Principles – Traditional or historic denominations – Regulation of legal personality.

European countries with predominantly Orthodox majority (part E) – Principles – Historical analysis – Related case law – Prohibition of the freedom of disseminating religion denomination – The Russian Federation specific law – Indirect prohibition.

Indirect prohibition – Analysis and interpretation of an academic article – Bulgaria’s legal sources – Principles and fundamental values – Bulgaria’s traditional religion – Course overview – Final remarks.

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