CESNUR’s and HRWF’s webinar on the questions raised by the Tai Ji Men case in Taiwan honored the International Day of Conscience.
Seventy years ago, 9,793 believers were taken from their homes in Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and sent to Siberia.
A speech at the webinar “The Right to Truth on Human Rights Violations: The Tai Ji Men Case in Comparative Perspective” held on March 24, 2021.
In Chile, judges intervened against comments regarded as offensive to a whole religion—allegedly based on “shunning” practiced by Evangelicals
The highest auditory agency in Taiwan, the Control Yuan, found him guilty of multiple violations of law in the Tai Ji Men case. Yet, he has never been sanctioned.
A conference in Taiwan featured an in-depth discussion on how states go beyond their legal and democratic limits. A synthesis of the proceedings.
The regime likes to advertise the religious freedom enjoyed by foreign Muslim students. Cuban converts tell a different story.
While the French Parliament continues its discussion of the draft bill, on February 6 the magazine interviewed Bitter Winter’s editor-in-chief.
Interestingly enough, tax-based crackdown on spiritual movements started in France and Taiwan in the same year, 1996.