Author: Agostina Pirello

Agostina Pirello has recently graduated in Law at the University of Bologna and is currently spending an ERASMUS-internship at the Research Centre RaT and the Department of Legal Philosophy at the University of Vienna.

A missed opportunity for the European Court of Justice: the Achbita case

  In examining the changing dynamics of the religious phenomenon in contemporary societies, legal reasoning has often employed terms that can give only the illusion of scientific precision. Terms such as “secularism” and “religion” have been often used as they could automatically designate neutral categories. Agostina Pirrello sheds some light on some of the most […]