The Oxford Advanced Studies Program in fundamental Civil Liberties: freedom of religion, freedom of expression and conscientious objection is an improvement course organized by ANAJURE, FCL - International Institute for Legal Studies and Research on Fundamental Civil Liberties, IPPFoRB – International Panel of Parliamentarians for Freedom of Religion or Belief, and Regent's Park College, University of Oxford. The duration of the course is 30 hours of classroom at the University of Oxford, and a legal seminar on House of Lords of the British Parliament.
Venue: Regent’s Park College – University of Oxford, UK.
Date: From 25 to 30 June 2017.
Hours: 30h / class
Promote the systematization, updating and deepening of discussions on fundamental civil liberties, especially freedom of religion, freedom of expression and the Objection of conscience;
Improve the protection of the Fundamental Civil Liberties in the National Legislations;
Build a network of Global Parliamentarians committed do defend and promote the Fundamental Human Rights, especially the Freedom of Religion or Belief;
Train, encourage and equip Parliamentarians to combat religious persecution and respond to cases where religious freedom is threated;
Support parliamentarians around Latin America who stand up for the Fundamental Civil Liberties.