Religion in Scots Law: Landmark report published by Humanist Society Scotland

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A landmark report funded by the Humanist Society Scotland (HSS), conducted by the University of Glasgow, has been released.

The report finds a weakening of the position of religion in Scots law in all areas, except education, where it has been significantly strengthened in recent years.

The report was commissioned in November 2014 with HSS providing £40,000 of funding to cover the costs of the research team including a full-time post-doctorate researcher. HSS are supporting the release of this report, in full, into the public domain, in the hope that it will inform the debate about the role of religion in public life.

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