- Provisions on religion in the Greek constitution.
- Problems arising from these provisions.
- Religious freedom (Article 13).
- Equality (Article 4).
- Prevailing Religion (Article 3).
- Relations between church and state in Greece.
- Types of affairs between states and religions.
- The Orthodox Church Of Greece.
- The Orthodox Autocephalous Churches.
- Organization and administration of the Orthodox Church of Greece.
- Other ecclesiastical regimes in the Greek territory.
- Special cases of ecclesiastical property in Greece.
- The special regime of Aghion Oros.
- The Greek law concerning the legal form of religious communities.
- Religions and acquisition of legal personality.
Kyriakos Kyriazopoulos, Assistant Professor
Content development partner: Giorgos Marias
Videography - Video editing: Costis Oikonomides
- Erasmus students of Law School.
- Understanding of: (i) the system of relations between church and state in Greece and in the member states of the European Union, (ii) the legal aspects of the individual right to religious freedom as envisaged enshrined in Greece and in the European Union, as well as (iii) the organization, legal personality and administration of religions.
- Students are expected to improve their general competences, notably to: Apply knowledge in practice. Retrieve, analyze and synthesize data and information, with the use of necessary technologies. Work in an interdisciplinary environment. Generate new research ideas. Appreciate diversity and multiculturalism. Demonstrate social, professional and ethical commitment and sensitivity to gender issues. Advance free, creative and causative thinking.