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L´administration des cultes dans les pays de l´Union Européenne


Author: Brigitte Basdevant-Gaudemet
Isbn: 9789042920170
Pages: 278
Publisher: Peeters – Leuven
Publication Place: n\a
Published/Year: 2008
Category: n\a

Description

In this book the representatives of some religions at the EU Commission describe what their religious communities (Catholic, Jewish, Muslim, Orthodox, and Protestant) expect from the European Union and how they conceive the dialogue with the European institutions. The second part of the volume contains a description of the institutions that have been created at governmental or ministerial level in some European Union Member States to deal with the religious communities.


Table of contents

1° PARTIE LES RELIGIONS ET L´UNION EUROPÉENNE 
I-La Commission des épiscopats de la Communauté européenne
II-La Conférence des Églises européennes
III-Les Églises orthodoxes
IV-La Conférence des rabbins européens
V-Le Conseil Musulman de Coopération en Europe
VI-Entre la grâce et la force de la loi; la naissance des Fédérations protestantes en France
VII-Religions et Intégration européenne; réflexions en marge des communications 2° PARTIE LADMINISTRATION DES CULTES DANS LES PAYS MEMBRES 
I-L´administration des cultes en France A-le Bureau des Cultes du ministère de l´Intérieur B-Le conseiller pour les affaires religieuses
II-L´administration des cultes dans les États d´Europe du Sud:l´illustration d´un modèle européen II-L´administration des cultes en Italie
III-L´administration des cultes en Espagne
IV-L´administration des cultes en Grèce
V-L´administration des cultes en Allemagne A-République Fédérale d´Allemagne B-Le cas particulier du Bade-Wurtemberg 
VI-Administration of Faith Communities in United Kindom
VII-Cults in the Nordic countries
VIII-Administration of faith communities on Hungary
IX-L´administration des cultes en Roumanie
X-L´administration des cultes en Turquie Conclusions
 

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