Book presentation. ‘Community and the Country: Study on Freedom of Conscience in Armenia’
July 4, 15:00

The studies conducted by various mass media over recent 5 years prove that the attitude towards the adherents of non apostolic churches has become more tolerant, at least it is stated in the publications.

Coauthors of the book ‘Community and the Country: Study on Freedom of Conscience in Armenia’ Vahan Ishkhanyan, Sara Khojoyan and Meri Yeranosyan stated that they intended to present the legislative obstacles to freedom of conscience in Armenia, relations between religious communities, as well as the overall analysis of diverse studies with respect to freedom of conscience within past 5 years.

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