Further Reading on Re G [2012] (CA)

11 Oct

See over at the Human Rights Blog for this piece by (Mr) Karwan Eskerie on Re G [2012] (CA).

As Mr Eskerie implies, subject to the linear nature of time, an unfortunate choice of education can often be countered later. Some religious decisions are rather once-and-for-all – see eg the discussions on circumcision bans/not. Perhaps somewhere in the middle is the rite of baptism, discussed in this case noted here. The Judge was perhaps fortunate that this seems to have been relatively amicable litigation.

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