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Religious Freedom in Eastern Europe


In Eastern Europe, there are three dominant religions: Eastern Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism, and Islam. Protestant denominations are present in all of the countries of Eastern Europe. Nations on this side of the continent are divided by their religious ethnicity, which means that sometimes it is difficult for other minority religions to organize. In recent years more efforts have been made by the international community for tolerance, inclusion, and cooperation between all religions. In this presentation we will show some of the progress made as far as religious freedom is concerned.