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“Freedom of Religion and European Identity”
Commission for Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid on October 27, 2010 on the topic of “Freedom of Religion and European Identity”
Universal Periodic Review – Viet Nam
18th session of the UPR Working Group
Panel on Cyber-Religion by the International Institute for Religious Freedom at the Global Media Forum 2012
The congress sought to examine the role the media play as they broadcast images and disseminate messages to a rapidly changing world. The congress is organised yearly by Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster.
Why and how to protect religious freedom
A report on the International Consultation on Religious Freedom
When Indian Dalits Convert to Christianity or Islam, they lose Social Welfare Benefits and Rights they are Guaranteed under the Constitution
The IIRF is seeking sponsors for a research project that will address the combination of the oppression of Dalits in India as well as the growing persecution of Christians in India.
Serbia: Report on Religious Freedom Issues: November 2008 – December 2011
This report relates to a period of three years – from November 2008 until December 2011.
Universal Periodic Review of Sri Lanka
14th session of the UPR Working Group
Universal Periodic Review Republic of India
13th session of the UPR Working Group
India’s Defiance of Religious Freedom: A Briefing on ‘Anti-Conversion’ Laws
While the Constitution of India provides for full religious freedom, six Indian states have “Freedom of Religion” Acts which regulate religious conversions.
The Situation of Christians and Muslims according to the Pew Forum’s “Global Restrictions on Religion”
The following considerations are based on the Pew Forum’s 2010 “Global Restrictions on Religion” results.