The decisions of parents regarding how and by whom their children will receive religious education may be disregarded – so ruled the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
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DIRECTOR OF ADVOCACY, LATIN AMERICA & CARIBBEAN
Tomás Henríquez serves as director of advocacy for Latin America & Caribbean with ADF International. The OAS, Latin America, and Caribbean team leads advocacy efforts defending the sanctity of life, marriage, family, parental rights, and religious freedom at the Organization of American States and its many bodies, as well as providing support to regional allies all across the Latin American and Caribbean states.
Tomás Henríquez serves as senior counsel for OAS and Latin America with ADF International. The OAS and Latin America teams lead advocacy efforts defending the sanctity of life, marriage, family, parental rights, and religious freedom at the Organization of American States and its many bodies, as well as providing support to regional allies all across the Latin American states. Before coming on board with ADF International Henríquez worked as head of legal counsel for the Ministry of Education of Chile. His previous work also includes the founding and management as executive director of Comunidad y Justicia, a Chilean human rights NGO involved in the defence of the right to life, religious freedom, free speech, and parental rights through litigation and legislative advocacy efforts.
Henríquez earned his law degree from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile in 2010, with two votes of distinction. In 2015 he obtained his LLM in International Legal Studies with a certificate on human rights law from Georgetown University, graduating with distinction and as part of the Dean’s list. Henríquez previously served as an adjunct professor on international human rights law at the Universidad de los Andes, Chile.
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The video in which Colombian YouTuber Kika Nieto shared her beliefs about marriage, should not have been censored – so ruled the Colombian Supreme Court.
Will the right to share Christian views online be safeguarded? Today, the human rights organization ADF International filed a brief in the censorship case of Erika “Kika” Nieto, calling for the protection of freedom of speech.
The Chilean Constitutional Tribunal has handed down a key decision in Latin America upholding parental rights.
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.
“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?