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Religious Freedom in the Russian Federation

The Russian Federation and Religious Freedom in the Spotlight- Side Session at the United Nations Geneva (2018-05-14) A panel of human rights and freedom of religion experts, as well as the leader of Hinduism in Russia have been invited by … Continue reading

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Bitter Winter: Daily News Online of Religion in China

On May 14, 2018, a new online news magazine has been launched at the International Book Fair of Torino, in Italy, Bitter Winter. The name refers both to the difficult situation of religious liberty in China and to a theme … Continue reading

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____________________________ MOBBING OF RENOWNED JOURNALIST IN FECRIS ANNUAL CONFERENCE (Belgium) ____________________________ Bashy Quraishi is Chairman of ENAR Advisory Council, Chair of European Platform for Jewish Muslim Cooperation and Secretary General of EMISCO (European Muslim Initiative for Social Cohesion). FECRIS is … Continue reading

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Ist die Japanische Justiz auf einem Auge blind?

____________________________ Ist die Japanische Justiz auf einem Auge blind? ____________________________   Wien/Tokio 17.03.2013 Menschenrechtsorganisationen und NGOs sind empört über die Nachlässigkeit der japanischen Behörden bezüglich der Strafverfolgung von schweren Vergehen – Gewaltanwendung und Entführung von Gläubigen, wobei 80% der Opfer Frauen … Continue reading

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Orbán’s threat to democratic values

Orbán’s threat to democratic values Europe should warn Hungary that its voting rights are at risk Financial Times Editorial – Thursday, March 7, 2013 Europe last year successfully pressed Viktor Orbán, Hungary’s firebrand prime minister, to back down on aspects … Continue reading

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Hungary shows determination on constitution

____________________________ Hungary shows determination on constitution ____________________________ By Neil Buckley in London and Kester Eddy in Budapest ©AFPJust last week, Gabor Ivanyi, head pastor of the Hungarian Evangelical Fellowship, an independent Methodist congregation in Budapest, was celebrating. Hungary’s top court … Continue reading

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Religious Discrimination in Japan – Testimonies given at UPR Information Meeting (at UN Office Geneva, Oct. 31, 2012)

Religious Discrimination in Japan ________________________________ Geneva, Palais des Nations, 31. 10. 2012 (FOREF) Prior to UPR session on Japan, the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) in joint sponsorship with Human Rights without Frontiers, the Japanese Victims Association against Kidnapping and Forced … Continue reading

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