E-Journal Regulating Religion
Where do we draw the line between a parent’s right to educate their child in accordance with their religious beliefs and the child’s best interest? Dia Dabby, draws on a recent Canadian decision: Director and Family services v. D.M.P et al,  MBQB 32 to propose that we adopt a new lens to help us analyze the web of relationships and competing claims that structure this question. Building on the work of Jennifer Nedelsky, she explores the limits of boundaries and bounded metaphors to grasp the complexities of relationships in religious freedom cases, and invites us to think of the human skin as an alternative spatial metaphor to better appreciate the nuances of these relationships. To read Dia Dabby's article, please click here.