The Punta del Este Conference on

Human Dignity for Everyone Everywhere

Dec
02
December 2—December 4, 2018
Declaration (languages) Conference Agenda
Conveners
Carmen Asiaín Pereira
Uruguay
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Heiner Bielefeldt
Germany
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W. Cole Durham, Jr.
United States
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Ján Figeľ
Slovakia
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Tahir Mahmood
India
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Alberto Melloni
Italy
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Brett G. Scharffs
United States
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Dicky Sofjan
Indonesia
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Renáta Uitz
Hungary
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Robin Fretwell Wilson
United States
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Original Signatories
Rodrigo Vitorino Souza Alves
Brazil
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Kristina Arriaga
United States
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Carmen Asiaín Pereira
Uruguay
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Paul Babie
Australia
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Andrew Bennett
Canada
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Thomas C. Berg
United States
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Heiner Bielefeldt
Germany
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Sophie van Bijsterveld
Netherlands
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Ana María Celis
Chile
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S. David Colton
United States
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Simona Cruciani
United States
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Fadi Daou
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Ganoune Diop
Senegal
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Gary B. Doxey
United States
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Thomas David DuBois
China
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W. Cole Durham, Jr.
United States
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Boris Falikov
Russia
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Alessandro Ferrari
Italy
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Silvio Ferrari
Italy
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Ján Figeľ
Slovakia
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T. Jeremy Gunn
Morocco
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Gabriel Gonzáles Merlano
Uruguay
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Muhammad Haron
Botswana
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Charles Haynes
United States
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Mark Hill QC
United Kingdom
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Amineh Ahmed Hoti
Pakistan & United Kingdom
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Scott E. Isaacson
United States
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Merilin Kiviorg
Estonia
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Douglas Laycock
United States
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Tore Lindholm
Norway
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Tahir Mahmood
India
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Kishan Manocha
Poland
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Nikos Maghioros
Greece
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Javier Martínez-Torrón
Spain
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Dato' Dr. Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin
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Nicholas Miller
United States
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Juan G. Navarro Floria
Argentina
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Jaclyn L. Neo
Singapore
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Ewelina Ochab
United Kingdom
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Norberto Padilla
Argentina
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Patrick Parkinson
Australia
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Fabio Petito
UK / Italy
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Peter Petkoff
United Kingdom
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Andrea Pin
Italy
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Clelia Piperno
Italy
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Ann Power-Forde
Ireland
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Frank Ravitch
United States
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Gerhard Robbers
Germany
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Neville Rochow SC
Australia
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Melissa Rogers
United States
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Hans Ingvar Filip Roth
Sweden
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Vanja-Ivan Savić
Croatia
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Ahmed Shaheed
Maldives
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Brett G. Scharffs
United States
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Chris Seiple
United States
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Marek Šmid
Slovakia
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Dicky Sofjan
Indonesia
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Pinghua Sun
China
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Katrina Lantos Swett
United States
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Nayla Tabbara
Lebanon
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Eiichiro Takahata
Japan
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Jeroen Temperman
Netherlands
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Rik Torfs
Belgium
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Renáta Uitz
Hungary
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Marco Ventura
Italy
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Juan Martin Vives
Argentina
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Dmytro Vovk
Ukraine
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All Signatories

ORIGINAL SIGNATORIES

Rodrigo Vitorino Souza Alves (Brazil) – Director, Brazilian Center of Studies in Law and Religion
Kristina Arriaga (United States) – Vice Chair, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF)
Carmen Asiaín Pereira (Uruguay) – Alternate Senator, Parliament of Uruguay; Professor of Law and Religion, University of Montevideo
Paul Babie (Australia) –  Director, Law and Religion Project, Research Unit for the Study of Society, Ethics, and Law, Adelaide
Andrew Bennett (Canada) – Program Director for Cardus Law; Former Ambassador for Religious Freedom and Head of the Office of Religious Freedom, Canada
Thomas C. Berg (United States) – James L. Oberstar Professor of Law and Public Policy, University of St. Thomas School of Law
Heiner Bielefeldt (Germany) – Professor of Human Rights and Human Rights Policy, University of Erlangen; Former UN Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Religion or Belief
Sophie van Bijsterveld (Netherlands) – Senator, Dutch Upper House of Parliament; Professor of Religion, Law and Society, Radboud University
Ana María Celis Brunet (Chile) – Associate Professor, Center for Law and Religion, Faculty of Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; President, National Council of the Chilean Church for the Prevention of Sexual Abuse and Accompaniment of Victims
S. David Colton (United States) – Chair, International Advisory Council, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Simona Cruciani (United States) – Political Affairs Officer, United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect
Fadi Daou (Lebanon) – Chair and CEO, Adyan Foundation, Beirut
Ganoune Diop  (United States) – Secretary General, International Religious Liberty Association
Gary B. Doxey  (United States) – Associate Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Thomas David DuBois (China) – Visiting Research Fellow, Fudan University Development Institute, Shanghai
W. Cole Durham, Jr.  (United States) – Founding Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Boris Falikov (Russia) – Associate Professor, Russian State University for the Humanities
Alessandro Ferrari (Italy) – Associate Professor, Department of Law, Economy, and Cultures, University of Insubria
Silvio Ferrari (Italy) – Emeritus Professor of Canon Law, University of Milan; Founder and Honorary Life President, International Consortium for Law and Religion Studies
Ján Figeľ (Slovakia) – Special Envoy for the Promotion of Freedom of Religion or Belief Outside the EU
T. Jeremy Gunn (Morocco) – Professor of Law and Political Science, International University of Rabat
Charles Haynes (United States) – Vice President, Freedom Forum Institute / Religious Freedom Center; Senior Scholar, First Amendment Center
Mark Hill QC  (United Kingdom) – Professor, Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff University
Amineh Ahmed Hoti (Pakistan & United Kingom), Executive Director, Dialogue and Action
Gabriel Gonzáles Merlano (Uruguay) – Professor and Coordinator of the Humanities, Universidad Católica del Uruguay
Muhammed Haron (Botswana) – Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Botswana
Scott E. Isaacson  (United States) – Senior Fellow and Regional Advisor for Latin America, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Merilin Kiviorg (Estonia) – Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law and Human Rights, University of Tartu Faculty of Law
Douglas Laycock (United States) – Robert E. Scott Distinguished Professor of Law and Professor of Religious Studies, the University of Virginia
Tore Lindholm (Norway) – Emeritus Professor, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo
Nikos Maghioros (Greece) – Assistant Professor of Canon and Ecclesiastical Law, Faculty of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Tahir Mahmood (India) – Distinguished Jurist Chair & Professor of Eminence, Faculty of Law, Amity University
Kishan Manocha (Poland) – Senior Adviser on Freedom of Religion or Belief, OSCE / ODIHR
Javier Martínez-Torrón (Spain) – Director, Department of Law and Religion, Complutense University Madrid School of Law
Dato’ Dr. Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin (Malaysia) – Associate Professor, Universiti Sains Malaysia
Nicholas Miller (United States) – Director, International Religious Liberty Institute, Andrews University
Juan G. Navarro Floria (Argentina) – Professor of Law, Pontificia Universidad Catòlica Argentina
Jaclyn L. Neo (Singapore) – Assistant Professor of Law, National University of Singapore Faculty of Law; Deputy Director, Asian Law Institute
Ewelina Ochab (United Kingdom) – Author of Never Again: Legal Responses to a Broken Promise in the Middle East
Norberto Padilla (Argentina) – President, Latin American Consortium for Religious Liberty
Patrick Parkinson (Australia) – Dean of Law, TC Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland
Fabio Petito (United Kingdom / Italy) – Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of Sussex; Scientific Co-ordinator, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs–ISPI initiative on Religions and International Relations
Peter Petkoff (United Kingdom) – Director of Religion, Law and International Relations Programme, Regent’s Park College, Oxford; Law Lecturer, Brunel Law School
Andrea Pin (Italy) – Associate Professor in Comparative Law, University of Padua
Clelia Piperno (Italy) – Professor of Comparative Constitutional Law, University of Teramo
Ann Power-Forde (Ireland) – Human Rights Jurist
Frank Ravitch (United States) – Professor of Law & Walter H. Stowers Chair of Law and Religion, University of Michigan College of Law
Gerhard Robbers (Germany) – Emeritus Professor, University of Trier; Former Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection of Rhineland-Palatinate
Neville Rochow SC (Australia) – Barrister/Board Member, University of Adelaide Research Unit for Society, Law and Religion
Melissa Rogers (United States) – Nonresident Senior Fellow in Governance Studies, The Brookings Institution
Hans Ingvar Filip Roth (Sweden) – Professor of Human Rights, Stockholm University Institute for Turkish Studies (SUITS)
Vanja-Ivan Savić (Croatia) –  Associate Professor, Department for Legal Theory, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law
Ahmed Shaheed (Maldives) – United Nations Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Religion or Belief
Brett G. Scharffs  (United States) – Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Chris Seiple (United States) – President Emeritus, Institute for Global Engagement
Marek Šmid (Slovakia) – Rector, Trnava University;  President, Slovak Rectors’ Conference
Dicky Sofjan (Indonesia) – Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies, Graduate School, Universitas Gadja Mada
Pinghua Sun (China) – Professor, China University of Political Science and Law
Katrina Lantos Swett (United States) – President, Lantos Foundation for Human Rights & Justice; Former Chair, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
Nayla Tabbara (Lebanon) – Director, Institute of Citizenship and Diversity Management, Adyan Foundation
Eiichiro Takahata (Japan) – Professor of Law, Nihon University College of Law, Tokyo
Jeroen Temperman (Netherlands) – Professor of Public International Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Rik Torfs (Belgium) – Chair, Faculty of Canon Law, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Renáta Uitz (Hungary) – Chair (Director), Comparative Constitutional Law Program, Department of Legal Studies, Central European University
Marco Ventura (Italy) – Professor of Law and Religion, University of Siena; Director, Centre for Religious Studies, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
Juan Martin Vives (Argentina) – Director, Center for Studies on Law and Religion, Universidad Adventista del Plata
Dmytro Vovk (Ukraine) – Director, Center for Rule of Law and Religion Studies, Yaroslav the Wise National Law University
Robin Fretwell Wilson  (United States) – Director, Program in Family Law and Policy, University of Illinois

ADDITIONAL SIGNATORIES

Muhammad Jamshed Awan (Pakistan), Advocate, Life Member Islamabad Bar Association
Jayeel Cornelio (Philippines), Atento de Manila University
Shad Sallem Farqui (Malaysia), Tunku Abdul Rahman Chair, University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
Yasser Latif Hamdani (Pakistan), Named Partner at Hamdani & Malik Barristers, Advocates and Legal Consultants; Former Visiting Fellow, Harvard Law School; Member Honorable Society of Linclon’s Inn (UK)
Ross Holder (Ireland), Trinity College Dublin
Arif A. Jamal (Singapore), University of Singapore Faculty of Law
Dr Mujibur Rehman (India), Faculty, Jamia Millia Central University, New Delhi
Fr. Dr. Hanna Kildani (Israel) – Latin Patriarchal Vicar for Israel
Fr.  Nicholas Barla, SVD (India) – Secretary, Office for Tribal Affairs, Catholic Bishops Conference of India (CBCI)

Carmen Asiaín Pereira
Uruguay
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Heiner Bielefeldt
Germany
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W. Cole Durham, Jr.
United States
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Ján Figeľ
Slovakia
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Tahir Mahmood
India
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Alberto Melloni
Italy
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Brett G. Scharffs
United States
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Dicky Sofjan
Indonesia
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Renáta Uitz
Hungary
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Robin Fretwell Wilson
United States
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Rodrigo Vitorino Souza Alves
Brazil
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Kristina Arriaga
United States
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Carmen Asiaín Pereira
Uruguay
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Paul Babie
Australia
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Andrew Bennett
Canada
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Thomas C. Berg
United States
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Heiner Bielefeldt
Germany
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Sophie van Bijsterveld
Netherlands
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Ana María Celis
Chile
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S. David Colton
United States
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Simona Cruciani
United States
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Fadi Daou
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Ganoune Diop
Senegal
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Gary B. Doxey
United States
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Thomas David DuBois
China
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W. Cole Durham, Jr.
United States
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Boris Falikov
Russia
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Alessandro Ferrari
Italy
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Silvio Ferrari
Italy
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Ján Figeľ
Slovakia
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T. Jeremy Gunn
Morocco
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Gabriel Gonzáles Merlano
Uruguay
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Muhammad Haron
Botswana
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Charles Haynes
United States
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Mark Hill QC
United Kingdom
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Amineh Ahmed Hoti
Pakistan & United Kingdom
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Scott E. Isaacson
United States
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Merilin Kiviorg
Estonia
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Douglas Laycock
United States
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Tore Lindholm
Norway
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Tahir Mahmood
India
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Kishan Manocha
Poland
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Nikos Maghioros
Greece
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Javier Martínez-Torrón
Spain
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Dato' Dr. Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin
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Nicholas Miller
United States
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Juan G. Navarro Floria
Argentina
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Jaclyn L. Neo
Singapore
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Ewelina Ochab
United Kingdom
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Norberto Padilla
Argentina
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Patrick Parkinson
Australia
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Fabio Petito
UK / Italy
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Peter Petkoff
United Kingdom
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Andrea Pin
Italy
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Clelia Piperno
Italy
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Ann Power-Forde
Ireland
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Frank Ravitch
United States
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Gerhard Robbers
Germany
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Neville Rochow SC
Australia
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Melissa Rogers
United States
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Hans Ingvar Filip Roth
Sweden
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Vanja-Ivan Savić
Croatia
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Ahmed Shaheed
Maldives
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Brett G. Scharffs
United States
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Chris Seiple
United States
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Marek Šmid
Slovakia
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Dicky Sofjan
Indonesia
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Pinghua Sun
China
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Katrina Lantos Swett
United States
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Nayla Tabbara
Lebanon
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Eiichiro Takahata
Japan
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Jeroen Temperman
Netherlands
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Rik Torfs
Belgium
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Renáta Uitz
Hungary
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Marco Ventura
Italy
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Juan Martin Vives
Argentina
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Dmytro Vovk
Ukraine
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ORIGINAL SIGNATORIES

Rodrigo Vitorino Souza Alves (Brazil) – Director, Brazilian Center of Studies in Law and Religion
Kristina Arriaga (United States) – Vice Chair, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF)
Carmen Asiaín Pereira (Uruguay) – Alternate Senator, Parliament of Uruguay; Professor of Law and Religion, University of Montevideo
Paul Babie (Australia) –  Director, Law and Religion Project, Research Unit for the Study of Society, Ethics, and Law, Adelaide
Andrew Bennett (Canada) – Program Director for Cardus Law; Former Ambassador for Religious Freedom and Head of the Office of Religious Freedom, Canada
Thomas C. Berg (United States) – James L. Oberstar Professor of Law and Public Policy, University of St. Thomas School of Law
Heiner Bielefeldt (Germany) – Professor of Human Rights and Human Rights Policy, University of Erlangen; Former UN Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Religion or Belief
Sophie van Bijsterveld (Netherlands) – Senator, Dutch Upper House of Parliament; Professor of Religion, Law and Society, Radboud University
Ana María Celis Brunet (Chile) – Associate Professor, Center for Law and Religion, Faculty of Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; President, National Council of the Chilean Church for the Prevention of Sexual Abuse and Accompaniment of Victims
S. David Colton (United States) – Chair, International Advisory Council, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Simona Cruciani (United States) – Political Affairs Officer, United Nations Office on Genocide Prevention and the Responsibility to Protect
Fadi Daou (Lebanon) – Chair and CEO, Adyan Foundation, Beirut
Ganoune Diop  (United States) – Secretary General, International Religious Liberty Association
Gary B. Doxey  (United States) – Associate Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Thomas David DuBois (China) – Visiting Research Fellow, Fudan University Development Institute, Shanghai
W. Cole Durham, Jr.  (United States) – Founding Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Boris Falikov (Russia) – Associate Professor, Russian State University for the Humanities
Alessandro Ferrari (Italy) – Associate Professor, Department of Law, Economy, and Cultures, University of Insubria
Silvio Ferrari (Italy) – Emeritus Professor of Canon Law, University of Milan; Founder and Honorary Life President, International Consortium for Law and Religion Studies
Ján Figeľ (Slovakia) – Special Envoy for the Promotion of Freedom of Religion or Belief Outside the EU
T. Jeremy Gunn (Morocco) – Professor of Law and Political Science, International University of Rabat
Charles Haynes (United States) – Vice President, Freedom Forum Institute / Religious Freedom Center; Senior Scholar, First Amendment Center
Mark Hill QC  (United Kingdom) – Professor, Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff University
Amineh Ahmed Hoti (Pakistan & United Kingom), Executive Director, Dialogue and Action
Gabriel Gonzáles Merlano (Uruguay) – Professor and Coordinator of the Humanities, Universidad Católica del Uruguay
Muhammed Haron (Botswana) – Professor, Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Botswana
Scott E. Isaacson  (United States) – Senior Fellow and Regional Advisor for Latin America, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Merilin Kiviorg (Estonia) – Senior Research Fellow in Public International Law and Human Rights, University of Tartu Faculty of Law
Douglas Laycock (United States) – Robert E. Scott Distinguished Professor of Law and Professor of Religious Studies, the University of Virginia
Tore Lindholm (Norway) – Emeritus Professor, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, University of Oslo
Nikos Maghioros (Greece) – Assistant Professor of Canon and Ecclesiastical Law, Faculty of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Tahir Mahmood (India) – Distinguished Jurist Chair & Professor of Eminence, Faculty of Law, Amity University
Kishan Manocha (Poland) – Senior Adviser on Freedom of Religion or Belief, OSCE / ODIHR
Javier Martínez-Torrón (Spain) – Director, Department of Law and Religion, Complutense University Madrid School of Law
Dato’ Dr. Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin (Malaysia) – Associate Professor, Universiti Sains Malaysia
Nicholas Miller (United States) – Director, International Religious Liberty Institute, Andrews University
Juan G. Navarro Floria (Argentina) – Professor of Law, Pontificia Universidad Catòlica Argentina
Jaclyn L. Neo (Singapore) – Assistant Professor of Law, National University of Singapore Faculty of Law; Deputy Director, Asian Law Institute
Ewelina Ochab (United Kingdom) – Author of Never Again: Legal Responses to a Broken Promise in the Middle East
Norberto Padilla (Argentina) – President, Latin American Consortium for Religious Liberty
Patrick Parkinson (Australia) – Dean of Law, TC Beirne School of Law, The University of Queensland
Fabio Petito (United Kingdom / Italy) – Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of Sussex; Scientific Co-ordinator, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs–ISPI initiative on Religions and International Relations
Peter Petkoff (United Kingdom) – Director of Religion, Law and International Relations Programme, Regent’s Park College, Oxford; Law Lecturer, Brunel Law School
Andrea Pin (Italy) – Associate Professor in Comparative Law, University of Padua
Clelia Piperno (Italy) – Professor of Comparative Constitutional Law, University of Teramo
Ann Power-Forde (Ireland) – Human Rights Jurist
Frank Ravitch (United States) – Professor of Law & Walter H. Stowers Chair of Law and Religion, University of Michigan College of Law
Gerhard Robbers (Germany) – Emeritus Professor, University of Trier; Former Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection of Rhineland-Palatinate
Neville Rochow SC (Australia) – Barrister/Board Member, University of Adelaide Research Unit for Society, Law and Religion
Melissa Rogers (United States) – Nonresident Senior Fellow in Governance Studies, The Brookings Institution
Hans Ingvar Filip Roth (Sweden) – Professor of Human Rights, Stockholm University Institute for Turkish Studies (SUITS)
Vanja-Ivan Savić (Croatia) –  Associate Professor, Department for Legal Theory, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Law
Ahmed Shaheed (Maldives) – United Nations Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Religion or Belief
Brett G. Scharffs  (United States) – Director, International Center for Law and Religion Studies
Chris Seiple (United States) – President Emeritus, Institute for Global Engagement
Marek Šmid (Slovakia) – Rector, Trnava University;  President, Slovak Rectors’ Conference
Dicky Sofjan (Indonesia) – Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies, Graduate School, Universitas Gadja Mada
Pinghua Sun (China) – Professor, China University of Political Science and Law
Katrina Lantos Swett (United States) – President, Lantos Foundation for Human Rights & Justice; Former Chair, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
Nayla Tabbara (Lebanon) – Director, Institute of Citizenship and Diversity Management, Adyan Foundation
Eiichiro Takahata (Japan) – Professor of Law, Nihon University College of Law, Tokyo
Jeroen Temperman (Netherlands) – Professor of Public International Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Rik Torfs (Belgium) – Chair, Faculty of Canon Law, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Renáta Uitz (Hungary) – Chair (Director), Comparative Constitutional Law Program, Department of Legal Studies, Central European University
Marco Ventura (Italy) – Professor of Law and Religion, University of Siena; Director, Centre for Religious Studies, Fondazione Bruno Kessler
Juan Martin Vives (Argentina) – Director, Center for Studies on Law and Religion, Universidad Adventista del Plata
Dmytro Vovk (Ukraine) – Director, Center for Rule of Law and Religion Studies, Yaroslav the Wise National Law University
Robin Fretwell Wilson  (United States) – Director, Program in Family Law and Policy, University of Illinois

ADDITIONAL SIGNATORIES

Muhammad Jamshed Awan (Pakistan), Advocate, Life Member Islamabad Bar Association
Jayeel Cornelio (Philippines), Atento de Manila University
Shad Sallem Farqui (Malaysia), Tunku Abdul Rahman Chair, University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
Yasser Latif Hamdani (Pakistan), Named Partner at Hamdani & Malik Barristers, Advocates and Legal Consultants; Former Visiting Fellow, Harvard Law School; Member Honorable Society of Linclon’s Inn (UK)
Ross Holder (Ireland), Trinity College Dublin
Arif A. Jamal (Singapore), University of Singapore Faculty of Law
Dr Mujibur Rehman (India), Faculty, Jamia Millia Central University, New Delhi
Fr. Dr. Hanna Kildani (Israel) – Latin Patriarchal Vicar for Israel
Fr.  Nicholas Barla, SVD (India) – Secretary, Office for Tribal Affairs, Catholic Bishops Conference of India (CBCI)