(Coordination des associations et des particuliers pour la liberté de conscience). A French NGO created in 2000 to defend religious liberty. It has been accredited, and received consultative status, by the ECOSOC, the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
House Church Under Attack in Guiyang
Guiyang Renai Reformed Church organized private meetings in a hotel room. After a police raid, three members and the elder were arrested.
Why the Anti-Mormon Donation Lawsuit Endangers Religious Liberty—of All
Ex-Mormon billionaire James Huntsman sues the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He wants back what he donated in 24 years.
Death of a Colonel: Falun Gong Military Man Dies of “Natural Causes” in Detention
High-profile prisoner of conscience Gong Piqi allegedly died of a “sudden brain hemorrhage,” but his body had telltale signs of torture.
Jehovah’s Witnesses: Disfellowshipping, Shunning, and the Ghent Ruling
Many do not understand how shunning exactly works. Erroneous representations of the practice may have influenced the Ghent judges.