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Access_open Religieuze voorgangers tussen Schrift en recht

Botsing van godsdienstvrijheid en het gelijkheidsbeginsel in Nederland

Tijdschrift Tijdschrift voor Religie, Recht en Beleid, Aflevering 3 2014
Trefwoorden Religieuze voorgangers, Godsdienstvrijheid, Discriminatie, Afwegingsprincipes
Auteurs Kirsten Smeets en Carl Sterkens
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    What freedom of speech do religious leaders have when their religious speech discriminates others? Freedom of religion and freedom of expression may collide with the right to equality (including the principle of non-discrimination). Religious plurality and social polarization in Dutch society induce conflict between these fundamental rights.
    This article reviews two legal cases where an imam and a minister were accused of discrimination of homosexuals. From this jurisprudence the authors deduce three principles in judicial decisions weighing freedom of religion and freedom of speech against equality rights: interpretative reluctance, cautiousness and the position of the religious leader.


Kirsten Smeets
K.I.M. Smeets, MA Religiewetenschappen en BA Theologie, is voorganger van de Orde der Transformanten en masterstudent theologie aan de Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. E-mail: KirstenSmeets@student.ru.nl

Carl Sterkens
Dr. C.J.A. Sterkens is universitair hoofddocent Empirische religiewetenschappen aan de faculteit der Filosofie, Theologie en Religiewetenschappen van de Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. E-mail: C.Sterkens@ftr.ru.nl
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Access_open Inburgering en geestelijke bedienaren

Een bijzondere doelgroep of gewoon nieuwkomers?

Tijdschrift Tijdschrift voor Religie, Recht en Beleid, Aflevering 3 2014
Trefwoorden Geestelijke bedienaren, Inburgering, Inburgeringsbeleid, Inburgeringsprogramma
Auteurs Drs. Marli Tijssen
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    The integration policy of the Dutch government encourages the development of a society where members of ethnic minorities can fully realize their civil rights and can fulfill their social rights and duties. The same is true for priests and clergymen who come to the Netherlands on behalf of the ethnic minority groups that live in the Netherlands. They will have to be prepared for Dutch society and their role as clergymen within the Dutch secular nation. The specific integration programme that the government introduced in 2002 for this particular target group will end in 2014. During the last 12 years this programme has changed considerably as a result of developments in the social and political context that influenced the integration policy of the government. In this paper the considerations and policy changes towards integration in general and more specific towards the integration of immigrant priests and clergymen in the Netherlands are pointed out, together with the changes in the programme entailed by these policy changes.


Drs. Marli Tijssen
Drs. M.E.J.A. Tijssen studeerde Franse taal en letterkunde en algemene taalwetenschap. Van 1994 tot 2013 was zij als managing consultant bij CINOP te ’s-Hertogenbosch intensief betrokken bij het inburgeringsprogramma. Zij heeft veel gepubliceerd op het terrein van NT2, inburgering en laaggeletterdheid.
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Tussen eigenheid en aanpassing

Over cultuur en integratie van Nederlandse Roma en Sinti

Tijdschrift Justitiële verkenningen, Aflevering 5 2014
Trefwoorden Dutch Roma and Sinti, Culture, Sokaša, Integration, Dutch Roma and Sinti policies
Auteurs P. Jorna
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    This article focuses on ‘culture’ as a concept currently dominating the approach towards Roma and Sinti, in policies and public opinion in the Netherlands and probably in Europe too. The author argues that a culture-sensitive approach is useful indeed, but a fixation on culture leads into a dead end street – especially in the static way in which it is (implicitly) conceptualised. Explaining some traditional Roma habits and values, the author describes examples of everyday life in Roman communities, as well as some lively debates among Roma and Sinti insiders. It is important that the complexity and dynamics of Roma culture are recognised and that outsiders stop defining what Roma culture ‘is’. Instead, recognising the differences between communities as well as the reality of changing norms and values will provide a breeding ground for finding a healthy balance between authenticity and adjustment.


P. Jorna
Peter Jorna is consultant social inclusion inzake Roma- en Sinti-issues.
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