Uzbekistan: Religious Freedom Survey, 2017

Freedom of religion or belief, along with intrinsically linked freedoms such as those of expression, association, and assembly, is seriously restricted in Uzbekistan. Officials frequently violate freedom of thought, conscience and belief and other interlinked human rights, violating the government&#...

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Published in:Occasional papers on religion in Eastern Europe
Authors: Bayram, Mushfig ; Kinahan, John
Format: Electronic Article
Language:English
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Published: George Fox University 2018
In: Occasional papers on religion in Eastern Europe
Year: 2018, Volume: 38, Issue: 3, Pages: 93-124
Online Access: Volltext (kostenfrei)
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Summary:Freedom of religion or belief, along with intrinsically linked freedoms such as those of expression, association, and assembly, is seriously restricted in Uzbekistan. Officials frequently violate freedom of thought, conscience and belief and other interlinked human rights, violating the government's legally-binding international human rights commitments. These restrictions on human rights are part of the regime's intentional systemic policy to control every aspect of society. This is why followers of all religions and beliefs—with no exceptions—face freedom of religion or belief violations.
ISSN:2693-2148
Contains:Enthalten in: Occasional papers on religion in Eastern Europe