Melisa Vazquez, How Communication Technologies Remold the Religion/Human Rights Divide Online Synergies for a Global Democratic Space, CALUMET – intercultural law and humanities review ISSN 2465-0145 (on-line) ISSUE 12(2021)
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Abstract extract: "Understanding the potential synergies among human rights, religions, and technologies, viewed anthropologically, could help to pave the way for new avenues of interaction and engagement with real social effects. Indeed, such an approach holds the potential to help move the needle on the overwhelming disparities brought on and exacerbated by capital-driven globalization. Without this effort, there can be no hope for the only kind of democracy left to develop: global democracy." Brief reference to iMuslims in the text.