After the World Teachers’ Day, scholars and human rights activists discuss the slandering and harassment of spiritual masters.
Speakers and a side event at Warsaw’s Human Dimension Conference denounced the discriminatory use of the word “cult.”
Good politics is a form of charity. Tax persecution is its contrary, a manifestation of political malevolence.
Scholars argued that labels such as “cult,” “xie jiao,” or “religious fraud” have no real meaning and are used as tools for discrimination.
At the European Sociological Association’ RN34 conference, a panel discussed contemporary criticism of secrecy in religion, from the Catholic Church to Scientology
On Nelson Mandela day, experts and Tai Ji Men dizi discussed freedom, transitional justice, and the fight for human rights.
At the Press Club Brussels Europe scholars and activists denounced tax harassment and media slander against the Taiwan-based movement.
Two webinars on the U.N. Day for the Right to the Truth on Gross Human Rights Violation examined the respective role of slander and advocacy, and launched a new website about the Tai Ji Men case.
Scholars and human rights activists celebrated the World Day of Social Justice and reflected on the Tai Ji Men case.