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Human Rights in International Law Human Rights in International Law
Throughout history, international law has been viewed as an abstract system that governed a set of universally accepted customs and principles. During the twentieth...
Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue and the United Nations Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue and the United Nations
To further promote and safeguard human rights, the United Nations and its subcommittees have issued a number of universal declarations binding upon U.N. member states....
The United Nations, Faith, and Ethics
From its origins after the Second World War, the United Nations has made ethics and values an important part of its work. The 1945 UN Charter and 1948 Universal Declaration...

RELATED RESOURCES: RELIGION AND PEACE

Women, War & Peace
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Mosaic Fall 2003
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Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies
克罗克国际和平研究所

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Religions for Peace
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Life & Peace Institute
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Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief
《消除基于宗教或信仰原因的一切形式的不容忍和歧视宣言》

November 25, 1981
United Nations General Assembly Resolution 36/55, titled “Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Intolerance and of Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief,” stipulates that every individual has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and belief, and that no person should be subject to coercion that would impair his or her religious or personal beliefs. Some of the acts that are permitted under the resolution include the freedom to: worship and build places of worship; establish humanitarian institutions; write publications in these areas; teach religion or practice it; solicit funds to maintain religious institutions; and observe days of rest and holidays. The resolution also articulates that parents and legal guardians have the right to organize and raise their families according to their religion and beliefs as long as such a lifestyle is not injurious to the physical or mental health and development of a child.
“联合国大会第36/55号决议”即《消除基于宗教或信仰原因的一切形式的不容忍和歧视宣言》规定了人人皆应享有思想、良心和宗教自由的权利,以及任何人不得受到压制,而有损他或她的宗教或个人信仰。该决议所允许的行为包括:宗教礼拜和建立礼拜场所的自由;建立人道主义机构的自由;在这些领域编写刊物的自由;教导或实践宗教的自由;为维持宗教机构而募集资金的自由;有奉行安息日和宗教节日的自由。该决议还明确表示,父母或法定监护人有权根据他们的宗教或信仰,来安排家庭生活和抚育孩子,只要这样的生活方式不会损害儿童的身心健康或全面发展。
United Nations United Nations
Founded in 1945, the United Nations promotes international peace and security through its work in peacekeeping and conflict prevention, humanitarian and development assistance, democracy and human rights, and other international issues. The...