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Reflections from a European Point of View
Resolution by the CDU Federal Committee on Development Cooperation and Human Rights of 19 April 2011 (chair: Arnold Vaatz MP).
People across the world are suffering from persecution. “And why are they suffering?” John Graz said. “... they are excluded only because of their religion.”
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) welcomed the UN Human Rights Council's significant step away from the pernicious “defamation of religions” concept.
A group of 57 states with large Islamic populations, known as the Organization of the Islamic Conference, has introduced resolutions condemning defamation of religions at the UN every year.
Religionsfreiheit und Christenverfolgung als Themen der WEA Generalversammlung und ihrer MCC 2008
This text is an excerpt from the book Human Rights: A Christian Primer
In spite of the growth of democracy in much of the world, there is still reason to be very concerned about the protection of human rights.
Today health care providers and insurers increasingly find that some health care practices implicate serious moral concerns.
Asylum seekers’ conversion to Christianity
Resolution zur Religionsfreiheit und Solidarität mit der verfolgten Kirche der Weltweiten Evangelischen Allianz
Ten years ago, over a dozen elderly Catholic bishops and priests were in laogai prison camps and detention centers in China, and entire congregations of house church Evangelicals there were being arrested and their pastors tortured.