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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

UPDATE: Frankfurt court strikes down censorship zone around abortion organisation

 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.
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Are you staring comfortably?

A new campaign on public transport risks policing thoughtcrimes.
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U.S. Senate confirms new International Religious Freedom ambassador

The U.S. Senate has just confirmed Rashad Hussain as new Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom (IRF).
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Open letter to President Biden: Please don’t ignore “rampant violence” in Nigeria

46 leading global advocates and organisations for religious freedom call for Biden Administration to reinstate Nigeria as a “Country of Particular Concern”.
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Bulgarian pastors challenge government’s disinformation campaign against Christians

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.
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Slovenian Court fails to protect free speech for pro-life NGO

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.
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Pastor sentenced to jailtime for prayer and evangelism in Nepal

On Tuesday, Pastor Keshab was sentenced to two years in jail and a fine for sharing gospel tracts and praying with fellow citizens.
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Press Statement: Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization

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.
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German court to hear appeal on prayer vigil ban

A German court announced it will hear the appeal against a prohibition on silent prayer gatherings in the proximity of an abortion organization.
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ADF International welcomes OSCE report promoting freedom of speech

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
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