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Reconciling Religion : Lessons Learned from the Triple Talaq Case for Comparative Constitutional Governance

Leung, Karlson

The recent case of Shayara Bano v Union of India heard before the Supreme Court of India provide helpful guidance for how a secular democratic regime with a multiplicity of religious, ethnic, and cultural communities can manage constitutional governance with an increasing number of seemingly irreconcilable tensions. Pluralist societies such as Canada and the United States grapple with a variety of delicate balancing acts: in such instance, the need to reconcile accommodation for religious and cultural minorities with the protection of gender rights on the other.

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Leung, Karlson: Reconciling Religion. Lessons Learned from the Triple Talaq Case for Comparative Constitutional Governance. 2017.

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