Contemporary Problems of Social Work 2016


The History of Development in Armenia Freedom of Conscience and Religion

Автор/Author: Folosyan M.E.

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Ключевые слова/Tags1: freedom of conscience and religion, human and civil rights, the European Court of Human Rights, the legislation of Armenia.