Campaign for Uyghurs, the Uyghur Human Rights Project, the World Uyghur Congress, and the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation call for the use of the Global Magnitsky Act.
Violence against Pakistani Shia Muslims during the sacred month of Muharram unfortunately repeats itself every year
Women are not mothers only, but mothers can only be women. All genocides target women first, as the Tibetan example demonstrates.
An outstanding testimony to the most printed, translated, and read book of all human history also demonstrates the vital need for religious liberty.
Human beings are made for and of liberty. When they lose it, they need a road to recover it—including in Taiwan.
The Museum inaugurated last month by the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation reconstruct the deadliest catastrophe in human history
Hidden for two centuries and a half, Kakure Kirishitan, the persecuted Catholics, re-emerged in 1865. Bitter Winter offers the first English translation of Pope Francis’ document celebrating them in 2015.
The laws (plural) exist to affirm the supreme law (singular) of justice. They failed to do so in the case of Tai Ji Men.
The massacre of Nigerian Christians is at risk of escalating to genocide. A Croatian politician explains how we may help.