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Oslo 2018 conference on non-religion

See the articles in The Conversation and ORELA about the conference.

See the articles in The Conversation and ORELA about the conference.

D 2 October 2018   

Eurel prize

The Eurel “Encouraging First Steps in Research” prize was awarded in 2018 to Rachael Shillitoe (University of York), for a contribution entitled Nonreligion and the agency of children: (...)

The Eurel “Encouraging First Steps in Research” prize was awarded in 2018 to Rachael Shillitoe (University of York), for a contribution entitled Nonreligion and the agency of children: Negotiating nonreligion in collective worship.

D 4 October 2018   

Call for papers Eurel 2020 conference

The Eurel 2020 conference will take place in Porto (Portugal). The topic will be Regulating religions? Legal and social status in contemporary Europe, 1-2 October 2020. The call for papers is (...)

The Eurel 2020 conference will take place in Porto (Portugal). The topic will be Regulating religions? Legal and social status in contemporary Europe, 1-2 October 2020. The call for papers is open. Deadline for answering is 29 February 2020.
Do not hesitate to broadcast the call for papers.

D 16 January 2020   

Eurel 2020 conference

Reminder: the deadline for submitting a proposal for the Eurel 2020 conference is 29 February.

Reminder: the deadline for submitting a proposal for the Eurel 2020 conference is 29 February.

D 16 February 2020   

Eurel 2020 conference postponement

In view of the current health circumstances arising from the COVID-19, the organising committee of the 5th Eurel Conference (“Regulating religions? Legal and social status in contemporary (...)

In view of the current health circumstances arising from the COVID-19, the organising committee of the 5th Eurel Conference (“Regulating religions? Legal and social status in contemporary Europe”) and the steering commitee of Eurel have taken the difficult decision to not hold the conference in October 2020 in Porto. We have decided not to take the conference online, because that would make us lose the benefits coming from the professional and personal relationships formed at the event which are not possible in an online setting. The conference will take place in October 2021. The precise date will be announced at the start of next year.

D 29 May 2020   

Just published July 2020

Based on a workshop of Eurel correspondents: Julia Martinez Ariño, Anne-Laure Zwilling (eds.), Religion and Prison: an Overview of Contemporary Europe (Boundaries of Religious Freedom: (...)

Based on a workshop of Eurel correspondents: Julia Martinez Ariño, Anne-Laure Zwilling (eds.), Religion and Prison: an Overview of Contemporary Europe (Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies Series 7), Springer, New York (foreword by Jim Beckford), 424 p.

D 16 July 2020   

Annual correspondents meeting 2020

The annual meeting of Eurel correspondents was held this year by videoconference, due to the health crisis.

The annual meeting of Eurel correspondents was held this year by videoconference, due to the health crisis.

D 14 October 2020   

Eurel 2021 conference

The 5th Eurel conference ("Regulating religion? Its legal and social status in contemporary Europe"), scheduled for October 2020, has been postponed. It will take place in Porto, on 23-24 (...)

The 5th Eurel conference ("Regulating religion? Its legal and social status in contemporary Europe"), scheduled for October 2020, has been postponed. It will take place in Porto, on 23-24 September 2021, if the health situation permits.

D 24 October 2020   

Job offer

The Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies (FTRS) of the University of Lausanne, and its Institute for Social Sciences of Religions (ISSR) are looking for a lecturer (post.doc) in social (...)

The Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies (FTRS) of the University of Lausanne, and its Institute for Social Sciences of Religions (ISSR) are looking for a lecturer (post.doc) in social sciences of religions and new spiritualities.
This position includes the follow-up of the link to the EUREL scientific network.

D 27 April 2021   

Thesis defense

We are pleased to announce the upcoming public defence of the doctoral thesis of Léopold Vanbellingen, Eurel correspondent for Belgium, on Wednesday 26 May at 9.30 a.m.: The neutrality of the (...)

We are pleased to announce the upcoming public defence of the doctoral thesis of Léopold Vanbellingen, Eurel correspondent for Belgium, on Wednesday 26 May at 9.30 a.m.: The neutrality of the private company: contribution to the study of European law on freedom of religion and non-discrimination of workers in the face of a plurivocal conceptual transfer. The public defence can be followed in video via Microsoft Teams (information here).

D 3 May 2021   

New country

Lithuania joins the Eurel network. Its correspondent is Rasa Pranskevičiūtė-Amoson.

Lithuania joins the Eurel network. Its correspondent is Rasa Pranskevičiūtė-Amoson.

D 13 July 2021   

Eurel conference: register

Links to the Eurel conference will be sent to registrants from 20 September. Remember to register (the conference is free).

Links to the Eurel conference will be sent to registrants from 20 September. Remember to register (the conference is free).

D 14 September 2021   

New Research Blog

November 2021: Eurel opens a research blog.

November 2021: Eurel opens a research blog.

D 10 December 2021   

2022 correspondents meeting

The next correspondents meeting will take place in Paris, 22-23 September 2022.

The next correspondents meeting will take place in Paris, 22-23 September 2022.

D 11 December 2021   

Call for papers

Call for contributions for a special issue of Religions entitled "Law and Religion in Europe in an Age of Fear and Insecurity". Papers may be submitted until 5 December 2022.

Call for contributions for a special issue of Religions entitled "Law and Religion in Europe in an Age of Fear and Insecurity". Papers may be submitted until 5 December 2022.

D 30 May 2022   

Just printed June 2022

A collective work from the 2018 Eurel conference in Oslo: Anne-Laure Zwilling, Helge Årsheim (eds.), Nonreligion in Late Modern Societies. Institutional and Legal Perspectives (Boundaries of (...)

A collective work from the 2018 Eurel conference in Oslo: Anne-Laure Zwilling, Helge Årsheim (eds.), Nonreligion in Late Modern Societies. Institutional and Legal Perspectives (Boundaries of Religious Freedom: Regulating Religion in Diverse Societies), Springer, 2022 (ISBN 978-3-030-92395-2).

D 21 June 2022   

Eurel 2023 Conference: Sexual Modernity

The Eurel 2023 conference will focus on "Sexual modernity": religions and the sphere of intimacy in contemporary times. It will be held on 12-13 October 2023, in Lausanne (Switzerland), with (...)

The Eurel 2023 conference will focus on "Sexual modernity": religions and the sphere of intimacy in contemporary times. It will be held on 12-13 October 2023, in Lausanne (Switzerland), with possible online attendance.
The call for papers is now open. It is available on the conference website.

D 11 January 2023   

Eurel conference

The conference program is now on line.

The conference program is now on line.

D 6 September 2023   

Online access to the correspondents’meeting and conference

The Eurel conference will be accessible online (see the conference website).
The meeting, accessible only to correspondents, will be accessed via the following link (meeting ID: 994 9901 (...)

The Eurel conference will be accessible online (see the conference website).

The meeting, accessible only to correspondents, will be accessed via the following link (meeting ID: 994 9901 3224). It will be held on the afternoon of 11 October (2-6pm) in room Geopolis 2230 at the University of Lausanne.

D 2 October 2023   

Eurel newsletter #38

The newsletter #38, November 2023, is now available.

The newsletter #38, November 2023, is now available.

D 17 November 2023   

LinkedIn

Eurel now has a LinkedIn page.

Eurel now has a LinkedIn page.

D 21 November 2023   

Publication on Regulation of Religions in Europe

Presentation of the book Contemporary Challenges to the Regulation of Religions in Europe at the University of Porto on 14 May, 18:00 Lisbon time by Anabela Costa Leão, from the Faculty of Law (...)

Presentation of the book Contemporary Challenges to the Regulation of Religions in Europe at the University of Porto on 14 May, 18:00 Lisbon time by Anabela Costa Leão, from the Faculty of Law of the University of Porto, and Professor Fátima Vieira, Vice-Rector of the Universidade do Porto.
The link for online participation will be provided as soon as possible.

D 25 April 2024   

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