A must-read book

On the Significance of Religion in Human Rights, edited by Centre for Religion in Society’s own Pauline Kollontai, along with Friedrich Lohmann, has been nominated as a must-read title by publishers Taylor and Francis and is available as an open access book.

Nominated by Catherine Bernard, Global Editorial Director (Humanities and Media Arts) who says; ‘Topical, interdisciplinary, and accessible, this…furthers our understanding of the role of religion in the area of human rights. It uses case studies from Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam as an engaging entry point into big topics and to draw clear connections between the often-separated spheres of academics, policymakers, and practitioners.’