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May 21, 2020   •   

Burma’s Human Rights Record Tied to Lack of Religious Freedom: USCIRF

Religious freedom violations in Burma (Myanmar) are highlighted in the USCIRF 2020 Annual Report.

May 21, 2020   •   

U.S. Watchdog Condemns Eritrea for Religious Freedom Violations

It’s one of the most dreadful countries for religious freedom and it has shown no sign of improving.

May 15, 2020   •   

USCIRF Urges Sanctions Against Chinese Officials

USCIRF Annual Report calls for China to be once again be designated on the State Department’s list of “Countries of Particular Concern,” citing crimes against the Uygar, Kazakh and Kyrgyz Muslims, Tibetan Buddhists, Christians, and Falun Gong practitioners.

May 14, 2020   •   

Report Finds Religious Freedom is Under Siege Globally

The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) has released its 2020 annual report, which contains a detailed assessment of 29 countries on the implementation of the right to freedom of religion or belief.

May 13, 2020   •   

Survey Shows the Pandemic Has Deepened Religious Faith for 24%

The coronavirus pandemic has reinforced or ignited religious faith in many people, according to a Pew Research poll.

May 2, 2020   •   

Holocaust Day Remembers 6 Million Jews Who Perished in Nazi Death Camps

For the first time this year, Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, was observed without crowds online in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic.

May 2, 2020   •   

Spring Harvest Festival Ushers in Sikh New Year

Sikhs and Hindus around the world celebrated Baisakhi differently this year. The northern Indian spring harvest festival marks the advent of the new year for Sikhs and the solar new year for Hindus.

April 24, 2020   •   

Pandemic Drives Earth Day Celebrations Into the Great Indoors

The 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22 has become the latest calendar event to be hit by the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.

April 23, 2020   •   

Coronavirus Makes it Hard on the Poor During Ramadan

As the Islamic holy month of Ramadan begins April 23, Muslims are experiencing radical changes in the way it is observed.

April 22, 2020   •   

COVID-19 is Changing the Way Ramadan Will Be Observed

Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Iran are among the major Muslim-majority nations in the Middle East to ban public religious gatherings during the holy month of Ramadan in an effort to counter the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

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