The relationship between human rights and religions has been an ongoing legal, political and social concern since the dawn of modernity. In recent years, a series of headlines have brought this issue to the fore, often with a focus on Muslim communities residing in Europe and surrounding regions. In a dissemination session entitled "Human rights and religion: an impossible coexistence?", held at the Law Faculty of Valencia University on 23 February 2016, several specialists assessed the contemporary situation and its implications for the promotion of human rights. This activity was organized within the "Innorights" and "Human rights, multicultural societies and conflicts" projects, both coordinated by professor Ángeles Solanes at the Human Rights Institute.
Ángeles Solanes, María Elena Olmos and Albert Mora (Universitat de València).
Ricardo García (Universidad Católica de Valencia) and Jaime Bonet (Universitat de València).
Ángeles Solanes (Universitat de València) and Isabel Garrido (Universidad de Alcalá).
Albert Mora (Universitat de València) and Jordi Moreras (Universitat Rovira i Virgili).