Welcome to the Second ICLARS Congress
Registration form iclars-santiago 2011-registration-form
€ 40: if paid before 20 August
€ 80: if paid at the conference registration
ICLARS members: waived if have their membership fees up to date.
On line secure payment on the ICLARS website www.iclars.org/member.php
Please click on the button Donate to pay the ICLARS conference fee. If the webpage that you see is in Italian, please select “continua” near the symbols of the credit cards. In the page that opens, please select your country and you will get the instructions in your language. Specify in payment “Santiago Conference fee”.
Refunds and Cancellation Policy
Unfortunately, we are unable to refund registration
Substitutions are welcome but please forward the names as soon as possible to http://www.iclarssantiago2011.com
Conference attendants are responsible for accommodation reservations.
Events, Meals and Sightseeing Information
•The Congress Registration Fee includes: Opening Thursday Reception, Friday lunch, Closing Cocktail and coffee breaks
•Information about Santiago: http://www.thisischile.cl/Destinations-Chile.aspx?eje=ZonaSantiago&idioma=2
In support of:
•Materials, such as CVs and conferences (to the extent available) will be posted on this website as they become available. Note that the Conference proceedings will be published, so they will be removed from the website by the end of October 2011.
•The hotel is at walking distance from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile or 2 Metro stations: Hotel NH Ciudad de Santiago
•Avda. Condell, 40. 11100 Santiago de Chile (Chile)
Tel. +56 2 341 75 75 | Fax: +56 2 269 10 79
•The group rate will be offered for 3 days prior to and for 3 days following the conference dates, based on availability (September 5 – September 14)
•Rooms at the hotel at the special rate are limited. Please register as soon as possible
•Deadline: Registrations at the hotel must be made no later than Friday, 5 August 2011 to obtain the conference rate, which is subject to availability.
•For hotel reservations:
Please quote “Religion and Constitution”
Other Hotels near the Univeristy
Hotel Montecarlo Santiago
Victoria Subercaseux 209 – Santiago Centro
Special rates for the University from U$70 to U$82 (breakfast included)
Hotel Crowne Plaza
Alameda 136 Santiago
Special rates, from U$184 to U$189 (breakfast included)
Coronel Santiago Bueras 188, Barrio Lastarria, Santiago
Special rates, from aprox. U$140 to U$ 220
José Victorino Lastarria 43 -61, Santiago
Special rates from U$70 to U$170
OTHER HOTELS (Special rates):
Holiday Inn Express Santiago
Av. Vitacura 2929, Las Condes
Room rate: special rate, if you mention that you are coming to the “Second ICLARS Congress” in your mail to email@example.com
Hotel Club Presidente
Luis Thayer Ojeda 558 Providencia, Metro Tobalaba
Special rates from U$ 112 to U$140 (breakfast and internet included)
From and to the Airport: Each participant has to provide for their own transportation. For further information see:
From and To the Congress: most of the hotels of the conference are at a walking distance from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile. Nevertheless, the subway/Metro in Santiago is very safe and in the red line (Linea 1) there is one station just outside the Congress “Universidad Católica”, visit:
The Congress will take place at the “Sala Manuel Jose Irrarrazaval” and otherclassrooms at the Casa Central, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (map of the University available in the website)
Facultad de Derecho
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Av. Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins 340
Santiago – CP 8331010
Tel: (+56-2) 354-2955
Other useful information
Weather: average temperature between 3 and 18 Celsius degrees. It is mostly dry.
Dressing code: There are no formal activities that go beyond what is usual inacademic events.
•ICLARS International Consortium for Law and Religion Studies, see: http://www.iclars.org
ICLARS is an international network of scholars and experts of law and religion. It started in 2007, with the aim to provide a place where information, data, and opinions could easily be exchanged among members and made available to the broader scientific community. To this end, ICLARS regularly organizes conferences and publishes a newsletter. The first ICLARS conference was held in Milan in 2009; its proceedings have been published by Ashgate. The next conference will take place in Santiago (Chile) in 2011. For more information, you can freely subscribe to the newsletter, published three-four times every year. From its very beginning, ICLARS has been open to all persons interested in law and religion relations, without any political or religious preclusion. Therefore we invite everybody to become member of ICLARS and to send us suggestions and proposals concerning law and religion studies and research projects.
•ICLRS International Centre for Law and Religion Studies, see: http://www.iclrs.org/
The International Center for Law and Religion Studies was formally established at the Brigham Young University, and commenced operations as of January 1, 2000, to provide the institutional base for our long-term initiatives in the field of law and religion throughout the world. During the succeeding decade, we have emerged as a recognized leader in the field of religious rights, both at the national level in the United States and internationally. Work in the United States has included Congressional testimony in support of draft legislation and participation in numerous conferences in the U.S. Internationally, ICLRS personnel are now instrumental in organizing and participating in 20-30 regional conferences and law reform consultations each year in countries around the world.
•Centro de Libertad Religiosa – Derecho UC, see: http://www.celir.cl
The Centre for Religious Liberty – UC School of Law (“Centro de Libertad Religiosa – Derecho UC”, in Spanish) was introduced by the Pro-Chancellor of the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (“Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile”), Monsignor Andrés Arteaga to the academic community in 28 October 2005. The Centre is established at the School of Law, and its creation was approved by the Faculty Council in 10 July 2006. The Centre is governed by a Committee, chaired by its Director (Prof. Ana María Celis Brunet), and two other members (Prof. María Elena Pimstein Scroggie and Prof. René Cortínez Castro, sj).
Besides the members who take part in the Committee, the Centre receives the collaboration of other academic and nearly ten undergraduate students of the UC School of Law.
The mission of the Centre for Religious Liberty – UC School of Law is the study, analysis and promotion of religious freedom as part of the dignity of the person from a legal perspective. The specific objectives of the Centre are: (1) The Study of the legal framework and jurisprudence (case law) of religious freedom at a national and comparative level; (2) The promotion of the religious liberty as a principle related to the Rule of Law; (3) The service of the Chilean Roman Catholic as far as the principle of religious freedom is concern, and the relationship between the Church and the state; and (4) The creation of an inter-religious dialogue between Christians and members of other faiths and beliefs.