The Religious Freedom Research Project (RFRP) is the nation's only university-based research program devoted exclusively to the analysis of religious freedom, a basic human right restricted in many parts of the world. The RFRP brings together leading scholars and policymakers to examine and debate the evolution of international religious freedom policy and the contributions of religious liberty to the global common good. The project is made possible by a partnership with Baylor University's Institute for Studies of Religion and the generous support of the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation and the William E. Simon Foundation.
The RFRP is one of two successor organizations to grow out of the Berkley Center's Religious Freedom Project (2011-2016). The other is the Religious Freedom Institute, an independent NGO.
Related RFP Publications
Blasphemy Laws as a Challenge to Religious Freedom
April 20, 2016
The Silencing: Religious Freedom in the Public Square
October 27, 2015
Muslim Minorities and Religious Freedom: A Public Dialogue
December 15, 2014
Religious Freedom and Healthcare Reform
October 16, 2012
Catholic Perspectives on Religious Liberty
September 13, 2012
What's So Special About Religious Freedom?
September 1, 2012