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BYU International Law and Religion Symposium: Panel I
Around the globe, human diversity results in daily clashes of culture, religion, belief, and lifestyle. These collisions are perhaps the primary reason for the existence for an International Center for Law and Religion Studies at Brigham Young University. Today's program is the first of two panel discussions featuring guests attending this week's symposium. Our radio guests are Tore Lindholm of the Norwegian Centre for Human Rights and chair of the board for the Oslo Coalition on Freedom of Religion or Belief; Diane Ala'i, Representative to the United Nations for the Baha'i International Community, United Nations Office in Geneva, Switzerland; and Elizabeth Sewell, Associate Director of the BYU International Center for Law and Religion Studies.—Original airdate: 10/10/2007

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