Skip to 0 minutes and 13 seconds Religious diversity appears to be one of the toughest challenges that European societies face today. Countries around the world deal with it in different ways, aiming at and achieving diverse levels of integration. Thus, many questions arise when analysing the different approaches. For example, what drives the relationship between the state and religious institutions around the world? How are the historic privileges of the majority religion in a country, if any, adjusted to meet the requests of other religions and beliefs? For example, concerning dress codes, places of worship, public holidays, and dietary requirements. Which actors are best placed to make decisions on the many issues that arise in accommodating such diverse needs? And what can societies learn from each other?
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