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In every country, there is always a story that is widely believed to be true, regardless of the fact that it can fail to be true.
Such misconceptions have been labeled on Albania women.
The Special Rapporteur will present a final report on his mission to the Human Rights Council in March 2018.
ENDS (the Maldives) was appointed as Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief by the UN Human Rights Council in 2016. Shaheed is a Visiting Professor at Essex University, UK; a former member of the Maldivian presidential Commission Investigating Corruption; and a foreign policy advisor to the President of the Maldives.
The beautiful Albanian women have been the subject of widespread myths and misconceptions.
All sorts of things have been said about them, with the majority of these claims spreading at fast speed across all the continents.
The issue of Albanian women being excessively jealous is one of the greatest misconceptions that people have.
“However, the free, voluntary and respectful expression of religious sentiment lies at the heart of the interreligious harmony and co-existence that characterizes the situation of freedom of religion or belief in Albania today.” “The underlying circumstances and disposition that nourish and promote interfaith harmony in Albania are unique to the country, and there are many examples of good practices, in both governmental policy and communal engagement that can be instructive to the international community,” Mr. Among them, the expert noted the State’s neutral position towards the religious or belief communities in the country, and the positive, respectful and inclusive engagement of religious communities with the State.
He also drew attention to a robust legal framework that guarantees the freedom of religion for all in all its dimensions; the promotion of societal attitudes of mutual respect across different religious and belief communities; and a genuine societal commitment to interfaith solidarity and cooperation.
The expert noted that Albania is a multi-religious society with a deeply troubled past where intense and systematic persecution of all religions, after the late sixties, when it effectively wiped out religious institutions in the country and extinguished all public expressions of religion by the eighties.
“Many issues related to the abuses carried out prior to the end of the authoritarian rule in 1990 remain unresolved, such as the restitution of properties seized and destroyed or repurposed by the state,” he stressed.