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2015 | 4 (204) | 43-98
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Prohibition of discrimination in religion or belief in the polish law

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In the contemporary Polish law, there are two opposing trends already visible in the Constitution of 1997. Clear is to strive to eliminate discrimination based on belief in religious matters in all areas of the unit, with the exception-pretty private life. Guarantees are both of a general nature and detail, especially in the wider field of employment. At the same time clearly the phenomenon of discrimination in the field of legal protection and in the field of freedom to manifest one's beliefs in religious matters irreligious people professing belief. Not-quite legally evaluated, compared and religious organizations are called. la-Decision-making organizations. The phenomenon of discrimination (unequal treatment) because of religion there is so-that between followers of different religious communities in Poland. It is connected closely with the diversity of the legal status of religious organizations. It should be noted that the opti-mum position of the legal and factual followers have the largest and oldest Christian Regarding the Church-hunt, which received individual statutory regulation in 1989-1997. Maintaining, if not the build-up of discrimination, promotes the method of individual statutory regulation of the status of each of the denominations. Poland, to better prevent unequal treatment on grounds of religion or believe should sign and ratify Protocol No. 12 to the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
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43-98
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  • Uniwersytet Warszawski, Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28, 00-927 Warszawa, Poland
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