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

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