Religious freedom in the era of COVID-19: what's happening in Brazil?

  • Claudio Antonio Klaus Junior LLB student at Alto Vale do Rio do Peixe - UNIARP, and International Relations at UNINTER in Brazil. Researcher of the UNINTER Human Rights Junior Scientific Initiation program under the direction of Dr. Eduardo Biacchi Gomes. E-mail: juniorklaus8@gmail.com
  • Ricardo Margalho Prins Bachelor in International Relations at Uninter, LDS Business Associate's degree student in Computer Software Engineering at LDS Business College, Utah, Estados Unidos. E-mail: ricardo@iamprins.com
  • Joel Cezar Bonin Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy at PUC-PR, professor of Human Rights at Alto Vale do Rio do Peixe University - UNIARP, http://lattes.cnpq.br/5599831923296454. E-mail: boninj7@gmail.com

Resumo

In current days the importance of Religious Freedom has been discussed throughout the world. As the pandemic of COVID-19 reaches all societies, in all of its levels, different spheres of rights are affected. The text analyzes briefly the role of the Human Right of Religious Freedom during the Pandemic of COVID-19 in the country of Brazil.

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Claudio Antonio Klaus Junior, LLB student at Alto Vale do Rio do Peixe - UNIARP, and International Relations at UNINTER in Brazil. Researcher of the UNINTER Human Rights Junior Scientific Initiation program under the direction of Dr. Eduardo Biacchi Gomes. E-mail: juniorklaus8@gmail.com
LLB student at Alto Vale do Rio do Peixe - UNIARP, and International Relations at UNINTER in Brazil. Researcher of the UNINTER Human Rights Junior Scientific Initiation program under the direction of Dr. Eduardo Biacchi Gomes. E-mail: juniorklaus8@gmail.com
Ricardo Margalho Prins, Bachelor in International Relations at Uninter, LDS Business Associate's degree student in Computer Software Engineering at LDS Business College, Utah, Estados Unidos. E-mail: ricardo@iamprins.com
Bachelor in International Relations at Uninter, LDS Business Associate's degree student in Computer Software Engineering at LDS Business College. E-mail: ricardo@iamprins.com
Joel Cezar Bonin, Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy at PUC-PR, professor of Human Rights at Alto Vale do Rio do Peixe University - UNIARP, http://lattes.cnpq.br/5599831923296454. E-mail: boninj7@gmail.com
Ph.D. Doctor of Philosophy at PUC-PR, professor of Human Rights at Alto Vale do Rio do Peixe University - UNIARP, http://lattes.cnpq.br/5599831923296454. E-mail: boninj7@gmail.com

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2021-01-31
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Klaus Junior, C. A., Prins, R. M., & Bonin, J. C. (2021). Religious freedom in the era of COVID-19: what’s happening in Brazil?. IUS GENTIUM, 11(2), 53-64. Recuperado de https://www.revistasuninter.com/iusgentium/index.php/iusgentium/article/view/534
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