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Conference Reports & Reflections

Conference Descriptions

Dare to Overcome Conference

Students apply to attend the Dare to Overcome Conference in Washington DC to gain insights, assist in the conference, and build network. This event promotes religious freedom's positive impact in workplaces globally.

JCLRS Religious Liberty Fellowship

Three students apply to go to Washington DC where they work with law students and graduates to learn from nationally recognized scholars and advocates about religious liberty.

ICLRS Law & Religion Symposium

RFHD Fellows and a few select students go to BYU Law School and assist law students and delegates from countries around the world to discuss about religious freedom.

Religious Freedom Annual Review

RFHD Fellows and a few select students go to BYU Provo to work with law students and to meet and assist speakers advocating for religious freedom in the United States.
Written Summaries

2021 Video Debriefs

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Circle logo for the Religious Freedom & Human Dignity Initiative at BYU–H. Includes image of hands holding globe with olive sapling growing out of it.
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"What should move us to action is human dignity: the inalienable dignity of the oppressed, but also the dignity of each of us. We lose dignity if we tolerate the intolerable."
Dominique de Menil
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