Killings: The new Violent Incidents Database shows that Sub-Saharan Countries are the epicentre of modern martyrdom!
In Finland, Bishop Pohjola and politician Räsänen have been accused of a crime for publishing material that allegedly threatened, defamed or insulted homosexuals.
This study examines how the topic of the persecution of Christians in the 21st century is dealt with in print and online newsrooms in Germany.
Policymakers, practitioners, and scholars have shown increased concern for religious freedom violations against Indigenous communities in Latin America
over the past decade.
The Situation of Religious Freedom in Latin America in Light of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
This report aims to highlight how the UDHR has had a favorable impact on the legal development that makes possible the recognition and protection of the freedom of thought, conscience, and religion.
African Countries Dominate New Anti-Religious Violence Database, but Latin American countries show alarming rise
In this report, the authors present recent findings from the Violent Incidents Database (VID), an innovative tool of the International Institute for Religious Freedom (IIRF),
Evangelical Christians and Human Rights
Diese Arbeit untersucht den Umgang mit dem Thema Christenverfolgung
im 21. Jahrhundert in Print- und Online-Redaktionen in Deutschland.
Case studies on France, Germany, Colombia and Mexico
Challenges of religious communities in European secular states and beyond