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Address by Ambassador Bennett at Religious Liberty Dinner

Religious freedom does not just mean freedom to worship. It also means freedom to study one’s faith; freedom to preach it; freedom to engage in missionary activity… Read More »

Hostility Against Religion: It’s a Rising Tide

Restrictions on religion rose in every major area of the world, including the United States… More Read More »

United States Commission on International Religious Freedom 2013 Annual Report

The 2013 Annual Report represents the culmination of a year’s work by Commissioners and staff to document abuses on the ground and make independent policy recommendations to the U.S. government… Download PDF: 2013_USCIRF_Annual_Report Read More »

Romanian Conscience & Liberty Association Partners With City Hall

onscience and Liberty Association, Romania in partnership with Lugoj City Hall, organized Monday, March 11, 2013 a symposium entitled Religious Liberty or Religious Tolerance. The round table was attended by representatives from churches and government from Lugoj, and took place in the city hall council’s chambers, and featured Gregory Hamilton, President of the NW Religious Liberty Association from the USA. ... Read More »

Statue of Rosa Parks Is Unveiled at the Capitol

More than half a century after Rosa Parks helped kindle the civil rights movement by refusing to give up her seat … Read More »

Kerry Defends Liberties, Says Americans Have “Right to Be Stupid”

Secretary of State John Kerry offered a defense of freedom of speech, religion and thought in the United States on Tuesday telling German students that in America “you have a right… Read More »

How China Plans to Wipe Out House Churches

China’s Christians felt a noticeable rise in persecution in 2012 as the Communist government began the first of a three-phase plan to eradicate… Read More »

Postal Service Will End Saturday Delivery by August.

 The financially struggling U.S. Postal Service announced Wednesday that it plans to stop delivering mail on Saturdays starting the week of… Read More »

Freedom of Religion in the Workplace: European Court of Human Rights Decisions

The Eweida case started as a claim by a British Airways’ employee that their refusal to allow her to wear a visible cross with her uniform was religious discrimination… Read More »

113th Congress Most Religiously Diverse Ever — and Why It Matters

The U.S. Senate’s current focus on potential filibuster reform spotlights an important question: Where do the rights of minority groups… Read More »