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Opinion: Free Speech Fight Continues Around the World
Musician Sentenced to Death for Blasphemy Appeals to Nigerian Supreme Court—ADF International Supporting Potential Landmark Case 

Over 32,800 Petitioners Call on U.S. Government to Add Nigeria Back on Religious Freedom Watchlist

The removal of Nigeria from the U.S. State Department’s “Country of Political Concern” (CPC) list has led to the worsening of religious freedom abuses in the country. Petition calls on U.S. government to reinstate Nigeria—one of the most dangerous countries in the world to be a Christian—to upcoming State Department designation.
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A Crisis of Religious Freedom in Latin America

At a high level event on “Freedom of Religion in Türkiye” held in the European Parliament today, victims of faith-based discrimination highlighted atrocities committed by the Turkish government and parts of society against Christian minorities in the country.
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AVISO: Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to hold first-ever hearing on religious freedom in Latin America

At a high level event on “Freedom of Religion in Türkiye” held in the European Parliament today, victims of faith-based discrimination highlighted atrocities committed by the Turkish government and parts of society against Christian minorities in the country.
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“The demise of democracy”: Victims of Turkish religious oppression speak out

At a high level event on “Freedom of Religion in Türkiye” held in the European Parliament today, victims of faith-based discrimination highlighted atrocities committed by the Turkish government and parts of society against Christian minorities in the country.
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AVISO: Freedom of Religion in Türkiye – A focus on Christian minorities

Experts and witnesses to highlight grave violations committed against Christian minorities at event hosted by MEP Bert-Jan Ruissen and ADF International
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Europe’s top human rights court rules Belgium violated right to life in euthanasia case

European Court of Human Rights rules that Belgium failed to conduct proper investigation into circumstances of the 2012 euthanasia of Godelieva de Troyer
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Europe’s top human rights court to rule on landmark euthanasia case

The European Court of Human Rights is set to rule on landmark euthanasia case Tom Mortier v. Belgium. The case highlights the dangers of legalising euthanasia, and demonstrates that so-called ‘safeguards’ cannot make safe the practice of intentionally ending a life.
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WIN for university valedictorian prosecuted for graduation speech decrying woke agendas

Christian was at risk of losing his license to practice psychology, among other sanctions.
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“Too many people are dying”: Human rights lawyers implore world leaders to show concern for Nigerian victims

More Christians were killed in Nigeria in 2021 than in the rest of the world combined.
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Free speech is being shut down in schools across the world

"The censorship of academic speech is dangerous for us all. Silencing students and professors stunts free thinking. When free speech is shut down in schools, a domino effect ensues," writes Elyssa Koren.
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