Laws, Regulations

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka has no anti conversion legislation.
There is no law in Sri Lanka requiring religious groups to register with the government.
Pending Cases
H.C. Panadura Case No. 15/09 (Revision)
Against the order of the M. C. Kesbewa Case No. 3340 preventing the conduct of a Christian Prayer Centre without the approval of the Urban Development Authority.
S. C. (Special leave) App No. 113/09 (Kaluaggala Case). Case filed by a group of Catholic priests at St. John Bosco in Hanwella against the Education Department demanding that the same religious quotas that prevailed at the time of the school take over be maintained in the admission of students to the school.
Other Countries
Law against religious conversion
Anti-Missionary Bill in Penza, Russia Parliament
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Cambodia bans Christian proselytizing
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In the name of religious freedom
Himachal enforces anti-conversion law
Himachal Pradesh passes anti-conversion legislation
Forced conversions: SC commission steps in
Gujarat Anti-Conversion Bill A distinction
Gujarat: Anti-conversion Bill amendment passed
Supre Court of India: Order copy
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