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“Persecution against people of faith must end”

US Senators call for action on increased religious persecution in Algeria

Five United States Senators, two Republican and three Democrats, signed a letter this week, addressed to United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken, expressing concern and urging action regarding increased persecution of religious minorities in Algeria.
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“The Crisis of Religious Freedom in Nigeria”, High-Level Event

Tomorrow, ADF International will host a dinner event on the grave challenges facing Nigeria regarding the protection of religious freedom.
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Censored Colombian social media star: “Everyone has the right to freely share their beliefs”

The Colombian Constitutional Court has agreed to review the case of Colombian social media star Erika “Kika” Nieto. There are high hopes for a positive ruling affirming freedom of speech.
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The G7 Forces Africans To Choose: China Or Progressivism

“This is not just about confronting or taking on China,” a senior official in Biden’s administration said this month. “But until now we haven’t offered a positive alternative that reflects our values, our standards and our way of doing business.”
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Abandoned Indian mother exposes the harmful practice of sex-selective abortion

Being a woman can bring life-threatening challenges to those living in South Asia – from before birth all the way into adulthood. Bhavana*, a young mother in Dhanbad, Jharkhand is familiar with such discrimination.
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In the West, ‘Incorrect’ Speech Is Increasingly Treated as Blasphemy

Freedom of speech is one of the most fundamental American values. This value was brought all the more sharply into focus recently when my fellow expat, Prince Harry, quite royally offended his host nation by calling the First Amendment “bonkers” on the California-based Armchair Experts podcast.
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“Christian candidates to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights should not face discrimination”

Are people of faith barred from being elected to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights?
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How the Irish, and Many Others, Lost Their Religious Freedom to COVID Restrictions

Around the world, religious institutions bore the brunt of coronavirus rules. We can’t let this happen again.
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30,000+ call on Inter-American Court to affirm religious freedom and parental rights

Most people live in environments with significant restrictions on freedom of religion.
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The unstoppable march of state censorship

Vaguely worded hate-speech laws can end up criminalising almost any opinion. Paul Coleman is the executive director of ADF International, a human-rights organisation defending the right of people to freely live out their faith. He is the author of Censored: How European Hate Speech Laws are Threatening Freedom of Speech.
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