How to get around Norway’s religious ban

Norway has announced it will allow non-believers to participate in religious ceremonies on public grounds.

The move comes amid an ongoing debate over whether religion is part of Norwegian society.

The government said the ban will apply to all religions, including Buddhism and Christianity.

Norway’s parliament passed the law in February after a nationwide referendum that was largely opposed by religious groups.

Critics have said the law violates the constitution, which guarantees freedom of expression.

The government has since said it will appeal the ruling.

Religious leaders have been protesting the ban in a bid to get it overturned.