Regulating Religions? Legal and social status in contemporary Europe will be held on 23-25 September 2021. It is organized by the EUREL network (EUrope – RELigion: www.eurel.info/) and the Institute of Sociology of the University of Porto.
The EUREL project, established around 20 years ago, results from an international network of European researchers in the fields of Sociology and Law, focused on the changes in the relationship between religion, State and society in Europe.
The project is coordinated by Anne-Laure Zwilling (U. Strasbourg) and in Portugal is represented by Helena Vilaça and Maria João Oliveira (IS-UP). Every two years the EUREL network holds an international conference which will take place in Portugal this year.
The international conference will take place in a hybrid format. In-person sessions will happen at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto and be simultaneously broadcasted via Zoom-Colibri.
Given the current health restrictions, there will be limitations on the number of people who can attend in person.
We remind you that, although participation is free of charge, prior registration is mandatory. For registration and other information concerning the event, please access the following link:
The Local Committee of the Conference