Tag: Religious Freedom

US Supreme Court broadened religious accommodations in workplace

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

An anti-discrimanation report by the UN could jeopardize religious freedom

The National Council of Evangelicals of France (CNEF) expressed worry about the implications of this report in a statement.

A new study reveals which US states are the worst religious freedom protectors

The states that scored highest in regulatory freedom were Oregon (90%), Indiana (88%) and Montana (87%).

A North Korean kid and his parents were put to jail for life for having a Bible

About 70,000 Christians are imprisoned in North Korea, according to a new International Religious Freedom Report.

A religious prisoner was released in Tajikistan

The Religion Law, passed in 2009 by the Tajikistan government, makes all faith practices illegal.

The US is increasingly concerned about religious freedom in India

Local Indian authorities so consistently fail to bring persecutors to justice that many attackers film their attacks,

Police arrest a priest on charges of treason

Nicaraguan police arrested Father Jaime Iván Montesinos Sauceda on Tuesday night, 23 May.

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

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

USCIRF criticises out Iran’s death sentence penalty for protesters

Protests across Iran are turning into a country-wide revolution.

UK elected officials characterised by "religious illiteracy"

The Equality Act claiming religious equality does not prevent Christians to face discrimination in their workplace.