November 10, 2020 •
Southeast Asia Freedom of Religion or Belief Conference Resumes Fall Webinars
The Southeast Asia Freedom of Religion or Belief Conference (SEAFoRB), an annual assembly of religious freedom advocates, human rights groups, academics and policymakers, resumed its 2020 series of webinars today in Bangkok, Thailand.
Religious Persecution Continues Unabated on International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief
The day is observed August 22 in recognition of the importance of combating hate crimes, providing sufferers appropriate assistance and support, and encouraging interfaith dialogue.
Religious Freedom & Business Film Competition Honors Women Filmmakers
Winners announced in a film competition that showcases the work of women filmmakers whose lives demonstrate multi-faith collaboration in the workplace, marketplace and society.
European Religious Envoy Position to be Reinstated in the Wake of Demands From Faith Leaders, Politicians and Civil Society
Facing intense pressure from faith leaders across Europe’s Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities, as well as parliamentarians, national representatives, scholars and civil society, the European Commission has decided to restore the position of Special Envoy to promote Freedom of Religion or Belief
UK Urges the UN to Protect the Freedom of Religion or Belief
UK’s International Ambassador for Human Rights calls for overcoming the barriers, discrimination and persecution which restrict and prevent people from exercising their freedom of religion or belief.
February 11, 2020 •
International Religious Freedom Alliance Launched in Washington
U. S. State Department launched the International Religious Freedom Alliance February 5 in Washington, D.C.
September 25, 2019 •
The Anniversary of the First Amendment
As revolutionary as the American War of Independence was, the Bill of Rights was even more so, as it guaranteed the rights of the individual—something never previously incorporated incontrovertibly into law.
September 18, 2019 •
Religious Freedom Awards Promote Tolerance and Diversity
The 6th annual Religious Freedom Awards at the National Church of Scientology of Spain acknowledged three stellar advocates of religious freedom.
The Right to Religious Freedom is Nonnegotiable
At the dedication of the first mosque in Athens, Greek Minister of Education and Religious Affairs stressed that religious freedom is a human right.
Day to Commemorate Victims of Violence Based on Religion
The U.N. General Assembly has adopted a resolution to establish August 22 as the Day to Commemorate Victims of Violence Based on Religion.
September 9, 2018 •
Faith Leaders Sign Declaration of Religious Freedom
Religious leaders gathered last week at the Church of Scientology of Bogotá for an interreligious prayer service and to sign the Interconfessional Declaration of Religious Freedom in Colombia.