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Annual Interfaith Conference 2005: Strangers No Longer: Immigration Law & Policy in the Light of Religious Values


The 2005 Interfaith Conference on Strangers No Longer: Immigration Law & Policy in the Light of Religious Values gathered lawyers, social workers, community activists, clergy and scholars of various disciplines to explore the ways in which religious values and commitments may support efforts to reform immigration law and policy so that they respect and promote human dignity, human rights, and solidarity. They also explored the legal, ethical and social questions which arise when citizens' religious values and convictions clash with the law and/or with each other.

Publication: 83 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, number 5 (Summer 2006)

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Magazine Article: Immigration, National Security and a United World.