ULACIT students contribute to religious freedom analysis with a blog on resilience and economic challenges for religious communities.
Dr. Petri and Dr. Wisdom participated in the International Religious Freedom Summit representing the IIRF and introducing the Violent Incidents Database.
IIRF extends the invitation to participate in the Fourth International Conference ISFORB, on the main topic “Propagation and (de)conversion: Conflict of individual and group rights?”
The VID database, supported by the Observatory of Religious Freedom in Latin America (OLIRE), initially focused on gathering cases from Latin America, compiling incidents from the region dating back to 2002. Additionally, this database benefits from the collaboration of the Observatory of Religious Freedom in Africa (ORFA), specifically in collecting incidents from Nigeria.
Thanks to the support and funding from Global Christian Relief, incident coverage has been expanded globally, covering all five continents, and collecting incidents from 2021 to 2023.