37th session of the HRC : Religious Freedom in China:  The case of the Church of Almighty God
Mar18

37th session of the HRC : Religious Freedom in China: The case of the Church of Almighty God

Religious Freedom and persecution in China: The case of the Church of Almighty God The case we would like to submit to you concerns the members of a religious organization known as The Church of Almighty God (CAG). CAG is a Christian new religious movement founded in China in 1991. Credited by Chinese official sources with a membership of some four million, CAG has been banned and persecuted in China since at least 1995. Chinese...

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Report 2017 on the persecution of the Church of Almighty God by Chinese authorities

The Church of Almighty God, also know as Eastern Lightning, is one of the most persecuted religious minorities in the world today. The Chinese Communist Government has cracked down on its members to an extend tantamount to real physical religious persecution in the 21st Century. You can read the 2017 report made by the Church of Almighty org below. Related posts: Concern for Rudy Salles report KAZAHKSTAN Catholic Church at risk...

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‘Cult Wars’ in Historical Perspective
Sep08

‘Cult Wars’ in Historical Perspective

About the Book ‘Cult Wars’ in Historical Perspective provides a broad characterization of the shifting religious contours over the past several decades. Offering an assessment of several important topics in the study of new religions, this book explores developments in well-known groups such as the Unification movement, The Family International (Children of God), the International Society for Krishna Consciousness...

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ODIHR/Venice Commission Guidelines on the Legal Personality of Religious or Belief Communities
Fév13

ODIHR/Venice Commission Guidelines on the Legal Personality of Religious or Belief Communities

The purpose of these Guidelines is to ensure that those involved in drafting and applying legislation in the area of the freedom of religion or belief, including civil society representatives, have at their disposal a benchmark document containing minimum international standards in the area of recognition of religious or belief communities. The document does not seek to challenge established agreements between states and religious or...

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MEPs Van Dalen and De Jong present unique report on freedom of religion
Fév13

MEPs Van Dalen and De Jong present unique report on freedom of religion

MEPs Van Dalen and De Jong present unique report on freedom of religion At a conference held in Brussels on February, 12 the European Parliament Working Group on Freedom of Religion or Belief (EPWG), co-chaired by MEPs Peter van Dalen (ECR) and Dennis de Jong (GUE/NGL), presented its first annual report on freedom of religion in the world. The report takes stock of developments regarding religious freedom and concludes that this human...

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IIRF report 2014

Collective list of questions for the public hearing by the German Parliament’s Commission for Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid on October 27, 2010 on the topic of “Freedom of Religion and European Identity” Prof. Dr. phil. Dr. theol. Thomas Schirrmacher, October 22, 2010 (corrected on November 29, 2010) 1) Is the right to religious freedom as it relates to the individual an identifying concept for Europe? How in practice could life...

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