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Biden proclaims January 16th as Religious Freedom Day

A Proclamation on Religious Freedom Day, 2022 In a proclamation signed last January 14th, USA President Joe Biden celebrated January 16th, 2022 as Religious Freedom Day. In...

EGYPT: Jehovah’s Witnesses banned since 1960 call upon the UN Human Rights Committee

On the occasion of the upcoming 134th session of the UN Human Rights Committee (28 February – 25 March 2022), the African Association of Jehovah’s Witnesses...

Dismissal of Christian nurse for wearing a cross amounts to discrimination and harassment

The UK Employment Tribunal has declared that the dismissal of a medical nursing sister for wearing a cross necklace discriminated against her Christian beliefs and it said her firing had been both victimization and harassment.

Xi Jinping’s sinicization of religions, the new Cultural Revolution dear to Mao Zedong

On the eve of the Winter Olympic Games to be held in China, this conference and the protest demonstrations simultaneously held in Geneva, Berlin,...

Church of Scientology won again at the ECtHR against violations by the Russian government

ECtHR: Russia to pay €12.500 to Scientology for violating religious freedom and right to expression

Christmas, diversity, and religious traditions

As the Christmas holidays approach, heated debates rage over the maintenance of certain Christian traditions in the public sphere. For instance, in Spain in...
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