List of countries where hijab is banned
Austria in 2019 placed a ban on headscarves for children up to the age of ten years to promote equality between men and women.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
wearing the hijab and other religious symbols are banned in courts and other institutions.
Wearing religious symbols for all public servants in positions of authority in Canadian province Québec are prohibited.
France passed a law in 2004 banning all religious clothing and symbols in schools.
The law, however, doesn't apply to universities.
India do not allow girls to wear hijab in classrooms, it is not banned in the country.
Some schools banned headscarves in Kazakhastan in 2017.
Wearing of hijab in public schools, universities and government buildings is banned since 2009. However, in 2014, Kosovo got its first women parliamentarian with a headscarf.
Some schools in Kyrgyzstan barred Muslim students donning headscarves from attending classes in 2011, 2012 and 2015.
Hijab is banned in schools and varsities in two regions of Russia-- the Republic of Mordovia and the Stavropol Territory.
The government in 2012 banned the selling of religious clothing such as hijabs and face veils in the market.