A 40-Days-for-Life prayer group acted lawfully in gathering in front of the Frankfurt branch of the Pro Familia abortion organisation in 2020 – so ruled the Administrative Court of Frankfurt, Hesse, in a judgment handed down on 16 December.
Sweet victory for freedom of conscience: Europe’s top Court Europe’s top court tosses out attempt to re-open cake dispute
Sweet victory for freedom of conscience: Europe’s top court tosses out attempt to re-open cake dispute
Pastor convicted for prayer returns home on bail for Christmas
The U.S. Senate has just confirmed Rashad Hussain as new Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom (IRF).
46 leading global advocates and organisations for religious freedom call for Biden Administration to reinstate Nigeria as a “Country of Particular Concern”.
Two Bulgarian pastors are standing up against a scaremongering campaign by their local government to label all non-Eastern Orthodox Christians as sects and warn children off against them.
In a blow for the right to freedom of expression, the Administrative Court of the Republic of Slovenia found that the pro-life NGO Zavod ŽIV!M, whose bus ads had been removed in 2018, had not been discriminated against.
On Tuesday, Pastor Keshab was sentenced to two years in jail and a fine for sharing gospel tracts and praying with fellow citizens.
The case presents an opportunity for the Court to uphold Mississippi’s law protecting unborn children and their mothers, affirm that life is a human right, and overturn the harmful precedent set in 1973.
A German court announced it will hear the appeal against a prohibition on silent prayer gatherings in the proximity of an abortion organization.
OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media, Teresa Ribeiro, publishes a special report on legal harassment and abuse of the judicial system against the media