Tag: Discrimination against Christians

The silent struggle: discrimination against Christians across Europe

Social discrimination against Christians is a reality in many European societies.

Poor Christian students face economic discrimination in Pakistan

A private school in Peshawar, Pakistan, dismissed impoverished students who could not pay their fees.

The OIDAC Europe report for 2022/2023 has been published

In 2022, OIDAC Europe documented 748 anti-Christian hate crimes in 30 different countries.

A Christian worker was fired for refusing to work during Sunday service

She claims the supermarket chain fired her because she refused demands to work every Sunday morning.

A Christian hybrid school was closed by German authorities

The government has also fined the school 600 euros in administrative fees.

A Christian family could face prosecution for homeschooling

The Romeike family has been able to live in the US for the last years under an 'indefinite deferred action status'.

Christian social worker takes mental health company to court for discrimination

A social worker takes legal action against a company that has withdrawn a job offer due to his Christian values

A teacher was dismissed for sharing his Christian beliefs in Wales

This case is just one more in a long list that is being formed in a trend towards hostility to Christianity in the UK workplace.

A Baptist pastor was fined for "illegal missionary work" in Russia

The court stated that religious literature was also distributed during the service.

Legal proceedings were opened against an anti-Catholic campaign in Spain

Attacks on Catholics have been increasingly aggressive in the past few years in Spain and often go unpunished.