The United Nations body, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, established in 2006 to promote and protect human rights throughout the world. It replaced the U.N, Commission of Human Rights, established in 1946 and widely criticized for not being effective enough.
Muslims, Christians Critic of the French Law on “Separatism”
Some amendments passed by the Senate raise serious religious liberty issues. France’s Christian leaders officially join Muslims in criticizing the draft law.
China: National Security Education Day Focused on Fighting Illegal Religion
On April 15, Chinese were called to support repression of banned religions, including Falun Gong, The Church of Almighty God, and the Association of Disciples
Religious Liberty and US Foreign Policy: No Longer the Guiding Principle?
Freedom of religion has been recently placed by the U.S. at the top place in a hierarchy of human rights. This will change, announced Secretary Blinken.
Secret Document Reveals How Baháʼís Are Persecuted in Iran
Baháʼís should be harassed in schools and bazaars, excluded from universities, and regarded as “enemies.”