About the exercise
- Plenary exercise
- Time required : 30 minutes
- Target audience : Any type of audience, however the exercise requires participants to have a basic prior understanding of freedom of religion or belief (FORB).
- To help participants digest knowledge on legitimate limitations to FORB delivered in a preceding knowledge input.
- To give participants the opportunity to practice applying the skill of determining whether a limitation on FORB is legitimate or not, using a logical process provided in a tool.
A plenary discussion exercise in which participants assess whether four short examples of limitations to FORB are legitimate or not according to international human rights law. Useful to use after an input on limitations to the right to enable participants to process their learning.
This exercise works well as a follow-up to ‘Dimensions of FORB‘, using the 20-min FORB Learning Platform ‘Film 8: Limitations to freedom of religion or belief’ as a knowledge input. Find the film and script. If you prefer, you can develop your own knowledge input on limitations, for which you might find the script of the film helpful.