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Marie-Claire Foblets, Lic. Iur., Lic. Phil., Ph.D. Anthrop. (Belgium) is professor of Law and of Anthropology at the Universities of Leuven (Louvain) and Antwerp. She has held various visiting professorships both within and outside Europe. For...

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Rik Torfs is professor of law and canon law at the Universities of Leuven and Stellenbosch. He was the dean of the Faculty of Canon Law (1994-2003, 2004 until today), president (2003) and member of the executive committee (1993-2003) of the...

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Thalia Kruger completed her undergraduate law studies in South Africa and subsequently her Ph.D. in the field of private international law at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium. She has worked in the field of migration in Brussels, and...

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Jogchum Vrielink holds a Ph.D in law and also studied anthropology and public administration. He teaches discrimination law and ‘selected topics of law in a multicultural society’. His research areas include discrimination law, hate...

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Myriam Witvrouw (°1964) obtained her PhD (1994) at the faculty of Medicine at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven for work on the anti-HIV activity and mechanism of action of entry inhibitors (Promoter: Prof. Dr. E. De Clercq, Rega Institute...

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Katayoun Alidadi is currently a PhD student at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, where she also obtained her initial law degree. She obtained an LL.M. from Harvard Law School (2005), thanks to scholarships from Fulbright, Frank Boas and the B.A...

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Jørgen S. Nielsen is a Danish National Research Foundation (DNRF) Professor and director of the Centre for European Islamic Thought (CEIT) of the Faculty of Theology, since Oct. 2007). He holds degrees in Arabic, Middle Eastern Studies and...

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Lisbet Christoffersen is Professor of Public Law at Roskilde University and Adjunct Professor of Law and Religion, Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen. She is leader of the NordForsk-funded Nordic Network on Law, Religion and Ethics...

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Nadia Jeldtoft is Master of Arts in science of religion and minority studies. She is a PhD fellow with the post-graduate programme at the university and her project is on religious identity with Muslims in different non-organized and organized...

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Hanne Petersen is Professor of Law at the Centre for Studies in Legal Culture, University of Copenhagen. Previously a Jean Monet Fellow at the European University Institute, Florence (1993-94) and Professor of Sociology of Law and Jurisprudence,...