Lawsuits attack provisions preventing states from directly funding religious and private schools, created against Catholics in the 19th century.
The governmental anti-cult mission that his former member, sociologist Olivier Bobineau, denounced as a “police des esprits” will receive € 1 million per year.
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.
Ex-Mormon billionaire James Huntsman sues the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He wants back what he donated in 24 years.
Passed in first reading by the National Assembly, the law is now in the Senate. The text is better than the original draft, but problems remain.
100,000 Nigerians have been killed in ten years. The world should act now, says one of the most well-known Nigerian Catholic human rights activists.
A report by the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom describes persecution of the Witnesses as a global phenomenon.
Where exactly lies the limit between free speech and hate speech that offends members of a religion? Many discuss Charlie Hebdo—but it is not the only case. The Boys is another pop culture example.