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Copyright: CSWRead more...Mexico: Displaced Protestants Refused Re-Entry to village Amid Ongoing Religious Freedom Violations in Chiapas
A group of 47 displaced Protestants from Chiapas State, Mexico, were refused re-entry to their village despite state government promises that village leaders had agreed to uphold religious freedom. 27/01/2015

Read more...Nepal Faces Uncertain Future As Constituent Assembly Misses Constitution Deadline
Nepal’s Constituent Assembly (CA) was unable to agree a draft of the new Constitution by the 22 January deadline, raising fears among religious minorities that the constitutional negotiations, which also include provisions for guaranteeing secularism and religious freedom, may collapse altogether. 27/01/2015

Yiorvis Bravo holding documents that prove his ownership of the church.Read more...Cuba Report: Religious Freedom Violations Continued to Increase in 2014
Violations of religious freedom in Cuba continued to rise in 2014, according to a new report by Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) detailing 220 separate violations over the course of the year. Religious leaders and groups from all denominations on the island reported problems ranging from harassment and fines to confiscation and destruction of church property. 26/01/2015

Read more...Burma's religious conversion bill is "major setback for religious freedom and human rights"
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has expressed profound concern that a new law restricting religious conversions, passed earlier this week by the upper house of Burma’s parliament, would be a major setback for religious freedom and human rights in the country. 23/01/2015

Read more...India: CSW calls on President Obama to address the situation for religious minorities in meeting with Prime Minister Modi
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) calls on President Obama to raise the concerns of India’s religious minorities in his bilateral meetings with Prime Minister Modi during his visit to India from 25-27 January. 23/01/2015

Read more...CSW Condemns Rape and Murder of Kachin Teachers in Burma and Calls for Action to Stop Sexual Violence and End Impunity
Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) today condemned the rape and murder of two Kachin women in their church compound on the night of 19 January, and called on the government of Burma to immediately stop its military offensives in ethnic areas and bring the perpetrators of sexual violence to justice. 22/01/2015


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Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) is a human rights organisation which specialises in religious freedom, works on behalf of those persecuted for their Christian beliefs and promotes religious liberty for all.

For more information, please call 0845 456 5464, email admin@csw.org.uk or visit www.csw.org.uk