On International Day of Democracy, lecturers from different countries explained why the case is a test for Taiwan’s democratic transition.
L. Ron Hubbard was an original Gnostic thinker. His exploration of Gnosticism is often misunderstood.
Rosita Šorytė discusses the political uses of the labels “cult,” “extremist,” and “marginal” to discriminate against the Church of Scientology.
Two articles discuss how applying labels such as “cult” or “extremist” is used to promote discrimination against minority religions.
UN Human Rights Council: CAP-LC’s text documents a growing international problems, citing cases in France and the Tai Ji Men case in Taiwan.
An international webinar on May 24 examined different features of the administrative persecution of the Taiwanese movement.
A monumental study of 271 decisions rendered in administrative and court cases shows that more applications are being accepted—but not everywhere.
The regime likes to advertise the religious freedom enjoyed by foreign Muslim students. Cuban converts tell a different story.
A chapter in a new book edited by Eileen Barker and James Richardson, emphasizes the church’s crucial role in the evolution of international case law.