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

Oral statement 41th Session of the HRC Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de Conscience Forcible Deprogramming of Members of Shincheonji in Republic of Korea At the end of the 20th century, courts of law in the United States and Europe outlawed the criminal actions of “deprogrammers,” private vigilantes who kidnapped members of groups labeled as “cults,” after having been paid significant sums by their...

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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights UPR China
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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights UPR China

The letter that the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights sent to the Minister of Foreign Affairs of China in order to highlight areas requiring particular attention over the next four and a half years – prior to the fourth cycle of the UPR of China. 29 April 2019 Excellency, I have been following the third cycle of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of China and welcome the constructive engagement of your Government during...

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Faith-based NGOs want more protection for religious believers
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Faith-based NGOs want more protection for religious believers

A coalition of faith-based NGOs  (wich CAP LC is part) has called for the idea of religious freedom and belief to be “centre-stage” as one of the main topics of the upcoming European elections in May, according to the Faith and Freedom Coalition, which held a press conference on April 1, before their conference organised in the European Parliament on 2 April. “These elections are going to be arguably the most important in the EU’s...

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Sayragul Sauytbay and Serikzhan Bilash Should Be Free to Denounce Atrocities Against Ethnic Kazakhs in China
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Sayragul Sauytbay and Serikzhan Bilash Should Be Free to Denounce Atrocities Against Ethnic Kazakhs in China

Ten NGOs write to the new president of Kazakhstan demanding freedom and protection for a woman who escaped from China and the activist who defended her. His Excellency The Hon. Mr Kassym-Jomart Tokayev President of the Republic of Kazakhstan April 2, 2019 Excellency, We represent NGOs specialized in advancing the cause of religious freedom throughout the world. Some of us have attended initiatives on inter-religious dialogue in...

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No Agreement with China May Ignore Human Rights
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No Agreement with China May Ignore Human Rights

An open letter to the President and Prime Minister of the Republic of Italy Dear President Sergio Mattarella: Dear Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte: Chinese President Xi Jinping is about to start his visit to Italy. We understand that China is an important commercial partner of Italy and trade agreements will be at the center of the meetings. Italy has consistently been a staunch defender of human rights in different contexts, and has...

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Universal Periodic Review of China: NGOs Strike Back
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Universal Periodic Review of China: NGOs Strike Back

In the debate about the very soft UPR report, NGOs say they are not happy. Some insist on religious persecution. Massimo Introvigne source  : https://bitterwinter.org/universal-periodic-review-of-china-ngos-strike-back/ Bitter Winter discussed the disappointing, but not unexpected, report released on March 15 by the troika consisting of Saudi Arabia, Kenya, and Hungary about human rights in China for the Universal Periodic Review. The...

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contact European Coordination for Freedom of Conscience : contact@coordiap.com

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