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This section of Does God Believe in Human Rights? Essays on Religion and Human Rights presents a list of contributors of this book. The genesis of the collection of chapters of the book is in a colloquium of the same name held on 28 February 2005 by the Clemens Nathan Research Centre, the University of London Institute of Commonwealth Studies and Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. Presenters at the conference were invited to 'tackle head-on the question of whether there is an irreconcilable conflict between religious principles, teachings and laws and international and regional human-rights systems that have developed in the period since 1945.

Keywords: God; human rights; religion



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