Proselytism and the Freedom to Change Religion in International Human Rights Law

by Tad Stahnke
Proselytism is one form of expression that has resulted in inevitable, and some times fierce, conflict. But on proselytism-whether it is viewed as an exercise of free expression or a manifestation of religious belief-is not in it self the problem. The problem lies in finding the proper balance between the freedom to proselytize and the multitude of rights, duties, and interests of religious groups, individuals, and the state that may conflict with that freedom.
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