This article examines the question of whether civil servants have the right to wear religious dress in Canada, the United States, and Europe.
It loos at different policies regarding the relationship between state neutrality and religious affairs, freedom of religion, and equality, and argues that civil servants should have the right to wear religious dress, without violating laws pertaining to neutrality.
State Neutrality in Religious Affairs -- Civil Servants and Religious Dress,
41 Can.-U.S. L.J.
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