Tag: Court ruling

Public administration allowed to ban religious symbols at work in the EU

This decision is in line with previous jurisprudence of the European Court of Justice.

Päivi Räsänen found "not guilty' of hate speech for quoting the Bible

The ruling, which is now final, is a significant a victory for freedom of religion and expression.

A Texas LGBT group claims federal judge can't be "fair" because he is Christian

The judge in question was at the source of several other controversies.

US Supreme Court broadened religious accommodations in workplace

Issues of religious freedom in the United States have received increased importance in recent years.

Belgium violated right to life in euthanasia case, according to the ECHR

The 64-years-old woman's euthanasia was coducted on the basis of a diagnosis of “incurable depression”.

Pastor Pawlowski wins legal victory

Pawlowski expressed gratitude that, "finally, something positive, something good is happening".

Finnish court upholds free speech in major trial

All three charges brought against Päivi Räsänen were dismissed but the prosecution may appeal within the next seven days.

Canadian appeals court lifts enforcement of compelled speech order on pastor

Pastor Artur Pawlowski reacted favorably to the ruling.

Blackpool Transport has to pay reparations for discrimination of Christians

In addition, the council offered to publicly apologise to the association for the harm caused.

German law allowing ban on religious symbols in workplace confirmed by ECJ

Thiscould mean that Christians would not be allowed to wear any Christian symbol, lika a necklace with a cross in their workplace.