swissinfo and Switzerland's Changing Religious Landscape

    BERN, Switzerland, Sept. 4 /CNW/ - swissinfo/Swiss Radio International
(SRI) takes a closer look at Switzerland's changing religious landscape.
Starting today, a special dossier in English can be accessed at
, providing a snapshot of faith in Switzerland in the 21st century.
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    Fewer and fewer people adhere to organised religion in the western world.
Switzerland is no exception, with a rising number claiming to have no
religious affiliation. But although church attendance is falling, religion has
become a factor ahead of the federal elections, especially with an
increasingly large and more visible Muslim population. swissinfo's special
dossier shows how the churches are adapting to changes in Swiss society.

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    swissinfo/Swiss Radio International (SRI) is one of the enterprise units
of SRG SSR idee suisse, Switzerland's public-service radio and television
broadcaster. Its remit is to inform Swiss people abroad of what is going on at
home, and to raise awareness about Switzerland beyond its borders. In doing
so, swissinfo/SRI operates a news and information platform in nine languages

For further information:

For further information: Scott Capper, English Department, Tel.:
+41-31-350-91-14, Email:

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