Forced Conversion in South Korea Should Be Put to an End: An Open Letter to President Moon Jae-in
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Forced Conversion in South Korea Should Be Put to an End: An Open Letter to President Moon Jae-in

한국의 강제 개종은 끝나야 한다 : 문재인 대통령에게 보내는 공개 서신 Dear President Moon: 존경하는 문재인 대통령님: We represent international NGOs and scholarly organizations specialized in researching religious pluralism and new religious movements throughout the world, and advocating for religious liberty. 우리는 전 세계에 걸쳐 종교 다원주의와 새로운 종교 운동을 연구하고 종교 자유를 옹호하는 국제 NGO와 학술 단체를 대표합니다. South Korea is a democratic country in an area where several totalitarian regimes persecute...

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Call for written submissions – Report of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief to the General Assembly
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Call for written submissions – Report of the United Nations Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief to the General Assembly

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief, Dr. Ahmed Shaheed, is preparing a report on antisemitism in accordance with his mandate to identify existing and emerging obstacles to the enjoyment of the right to freedom of religion or belief and present recommendations on ways and means to overcome such obstacles. The Special Rapporteur invites interested individuals and organizations, including but not...

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HRC 41 written statement : Misuse and Abuse of the Pre-trial Detention and the FIES System in Spain & the Kokorevs Case
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HRC 41 written statement : Misuse and Abuse of the Pre-trial Detention and the FIES System in Spain & the Kokorevs Case

Misuse and Abuse of the Pre-trial Detention and the FIES System in Spain & the Kokorevs Case In 1996, Spain adopted a law introducing a special status and treatment for certain prisoners during their pre-trial detention and possible subsequent imprisonment.[1] Known by the acronym FIES, which stands for “The Register of Prisoners requiring Special Surveillance” (Ficheros de Internos de Especial Seguimiento), the system originally...

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hrc 41 written statement : Call for International Support against Norway’s requirement  for the wearing of religious headgear for ID photographs
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hrc 41 written statement : Call for International Support against Norway’s requirement for the wearing of religious headgear for ID photographs

Call for International Support against Norway’s requirement  for the wearing of religious headgear for ID photographs Introduction We are a NGO that specializes in the freedom of religious minorities. This statement reports to the UN on the urgent need for international support to protect the religious freedom of minorities in Norway. We make this statement jointly with Unge Sikhe and UNITED SIKHS. Unge Sikhe is an organisation that...

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HRC 41 written statement : The case of the Ahmadis refugees in Thailand and Malaysia
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HRC 41 written statement : The case of the Ahmadis refugees in Thailand and Malaysia

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community : The Ahmadiyya Muslim community in Pakistan is perhaps the most obviously persecuted religious group in the world today. The Ahmadis suffer under a unique combination of virulent media commentary, violence and hatred orchestrated by an opposing religious group founded specifically to eradicate the Ahmadis, active State repression through specific anti-Ahmadi laws and passive State tolerance of violence...

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HRC 41 writen statement : Forcible Deprogramming of Members of Shincheonji in Republic of Korea
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HRC 41 writen statement : Forcible Deprogramming of Members of Shincheonji in Republic of Korea

Forcible Deprogramming of Members of Shincheonji in South Korea In the last decades of the 20th century, the international flourishing of new religious movements (NRMs) caught unprepared both the traditional religions and the secular media that had predicted the demise of religion. The simplistic, pseudo-scientific explanation of this growth was that the NRMs converted their followers through a sinister form of mind control called...

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