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Réseaux et projets de recherche et information

EUREL is in relation with other projects and networks of research and information.

- EARS (European Academy on Religion and Society)
European network of Departments and/or Faculties of Theology and/or Religious Studies.

- IESR (Institut Européen en Sciences des Religions)
The IESR (European Institute for Religious Studies) is part of the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes. It is a training organisation linked to the world of research which is a secular place of expertise and advice on the history and current events of secularism and religious issues.

L’IESR, composante de l’Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes, organisme de formation adossé au monde de la recherche qui constitue un lieu laïque d’expertise et de conseil sur l’histoire et l’actualité de la laïcité et des questions religieuses.

- IPRA, Institut du Pluralisme Religieux et de l’Athéisme
The Institute for Religious Pluralism and Atheism (IPRA) aims at offering a centralized database of sources, literature and scientific promotion of research for scholars, teachers, students and the general public at large, on the topic of religious pluralism in Europe and the mediterranean space (5th-21st centuries).

- Legirel
Legislation concerning the religious activities and the organization of religious bodies in the EU member states.

- Mineurel (Religious minorities in Europe)
Bilingual website providing documents, information and information sources concerning minority religious groups in Europe.

- O-Re-La
Observatory of religions and secularism, Free University of Brussels.

- Religare database
The database offers coverage of a wide range of cases dealing with religious diversity in Europe. It consists of summaries of relevant court decisions related to four topics (family, workplace, public space, State support) in Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom and by the European Court of Human Rights.

- Religion and public institutions
This site offers a space for discussion, debate, networking, and information-sharing among the growing community of academics with an interest in research about religion in public institutions, including methodologies for its investigation.

- 2008-2018, IMPACT
"The Impact of Religion – Challenges for Society, Law and Democracy" (project of the Centrum för forskning om religion och samhälle, Religion and Society Research Centre, Uppsala University).

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