Nauru is a republic and with a population of 9,378 is the second smallest state in the world.

Constitution and government Education and children’s rights Family, community, society, religious courts and tribunals Freedom of expression advocacy of humanist values
Family, community, society, religious courts and tribunals
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Constitution and government

The constitution and other laws and policies protect freedom of thought, conscience and religion, as well as freedom of opinion and expression. These rights are generally respected in practice.

There is no state religion. The constitution and other laws and policies protect religious freedom.

Under the constitution, the rights to freedom of conscience, expression, assembly, and association may be restricted by any law “which is reasonably required…in the interests of defense, public safety, public order, public morality or public health.”

Freedom of expression, advocacy of humanist values

Freedom of expression and freedom of assembly are guaranteed by the constitution and respected in practice. The government does not restrict or censor the news media.