Video Coverage of Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom, Part 3

Video Coverage of Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom, Part 3


These videos present a panel discussion on the topic “Tearing Down Walls – Legal and Humanitarian Perspectives on Equality, State Neutrality and Pluralism.” The discussion was moderated by Dr. Elizabeth Promodrou and included Doug Bandow, a Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute in DC.; Cole Durham, a Professor of Law and Director of the International Center for Law and Religious Studies at Brigham Young University; Ioannis Ktisakis, an Assistant Professor of Human Rights Law at Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey and Democritus University, Thrace, Greece; and Muna B. Ndulo a Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, Director of Cornell’s Institute for African Development, Human Rights Advocate and Humanitarian.

Panel Discussion, Part 1

Panel Discussion, Part 2

Panel Discussion Part 3

Panel Discussion Part 4

Panel Discussion Part 5

Panel Discussion Part 6

Fr. Christopher Metropulos interviews Elizabeth Prodromou. In the interview, Dr. Prodromou discusses the serious plight of the Orthodox community in Turkey. Dr. Prodromou is a retired, senior U.S. diplomat, having served (2004-2012) as vice chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom. She is currently a member of the U.S. Secretary of State’s Religion and Foreign Policy Working Group: Strategic Dialogue with Civil Society.

Elizabeth Prodromou Interview

About author

Fr. Chris Metropulos

Shaped by a life of service to Christ’s Church, Fr. Christopher has dedicated himself to using all the tools God has placed at his disposal to spread the light of Orthodoxy across America. As Founding Father and host of the Orthodox Christian Network (OCN) and the “Come Receive The Light” national Orthodox Christian radio program, he shepherds a dynamic and rapidly expanding ministry bringing joy, hope, and salvation in Jesus Christ to millions of listeners on Internet and land-based radio around the world in more than 130 countries. Fr. Christopher lives in Brookline, MA and is the President of Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology.