There are many instances where religious values come under conflict with human right issues in today’s world. Religions influence societies through their cultures and legislations, but Governments also influence religious practices on the basis of their secular understandings of human rights. Where should the border between human rights and religious views lie? Are religions and states transgressing each other’s domains?
In this inter-faith dialogue, the Hong Kong representatives of three Monotheistic religions come together to discuss their religions’ common grounds and differences with respect to Human Rights.