Saturday, August 18, 2012

New Study Surveys Regulation of Religion In Denmark

In Denmark, the University of Copenhagen's Centre for European Islamic Thought this month published a 234-page study titled Danish Regulation of Religion, State of Affairs and Qualitative Reflections. The study is part of the European Union's RELIGARE project. The new report surveys four areas: (1) religion and family in Denmark; (2) religion and the labor market in Denmark; (3) religion and public space in Denmark; and (4) state support for religions in Denmark. [Thanks to Niels Valdemar Vinding via Religionlaw for the lead.]