'Formidable. The report is to be commended. While it is underpinned by an agenda the overall coverage is neutral, fair and thorough. The book should be read by anyone interested in issues of freedom of thought and belief, by politicians, and perhaps most of all by religious leaders.'
- Martin Hogg, Studies in World Christianity
About the Author
Kevin Boyle is a Professor of Law and the Direcotr of hte Human Rights Centre, Univeristy of Essex. He is a Barrister at Law in Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and England with considerable experience of international human rights litigation under the European Convention of Human Rights. Juliet Sheen is a Fellow of the Human Rights Centre, Univeristy of Essex. In 1994 she established an independent consultancy in human rights, specialising in the area of freedom of region and belief.