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religion and teaching, religious freedom


How does the current legal framework safeguard the rights of teachers to religious and ideological freedom, whilst at the same time protecting the collective rights of school communities to provide an educational context aligned to identified values and principles? How does the law seek to find a resolution or accommodation where there is a clear conflict?


This is a pre-copyedited, author-produced PDF of an article accepted for publication in Oxford Journal of Law and Religion following peer review. The version of record Javier Garcia Oliva & Diana Ginn, "The Religious and Ideological Freedom of Teachers in the English Legal Framework: Is the Balance between Collective and Individual Rights Appropriate?" 2018) 7:2 Oxford JL Religion 185. is available online at:

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