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Read more...China: Concerns and recommendations on freedom of religion or belief
On the occasion of the upcoming UK-China human rights dialogue in April 2014, Christian Solidarity Worldwide wishes to draw attention to a number of key concerns relating to the right to freedom of religion or belief. 09/04/2014

Victim - survivor of the communal violence in KandhamalRead more...India: Communalism in an election year
As India approaches a general election, there is a significant level of trepidation among many, including religious minorities, about what the future might bring in terms of rising communalism and threats to freedom of religion or belief (FORB). 27/02/2014

Read more...Egypt: Constitution 2014 - Religious freedom analysis
The Egyptian constitutional referendum took place in January 2014 and resulted in the overwhelming acceptance of a new constitution, which had been drafted in the aftermath of the ousting of President Morsi after one year in power. This briefing looks at the newly accepted constitution1 and the political circumstances surrounding it, and gives recommendations to Egypt’s interim leaders as they continue to implement the transitional roadmap. 27/02/2014

Read more...Indonesia Report: Pluralism in Peril
Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim-majority nation, has a long tradition of pluralism, freedom of religion or belief, and inter-religious harmony, and is widely respected around the world for its successful transition from authoritarian rule to democracy. Rising religious intolerance, however, threatens to destroy these achievements, and poses a threat not only to the country's religious minorities but to all Indonesians who value democracy, human rights, peace and stability. 14/02/2014

Read more...Mexico Country Report
The Mexican constitution guarantees freedom of religion or belief to all its citizens, and Mexico is party to a number of international agreements including the American Convention on Human Rights (San Jose Pact), the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR). However, in practice religious freedom violations are a common occurrence in certain regions according to the National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR), the number of these violations has risen significantly in recent years. 09/12/2013

Read more...VIETNAM: My Yen incident, September 2013
The following information concerns a protest by Catholic citizens from My Yen parish which took place in Nghi Phuong Commune, Nghi Loc District in the province of Nghe An on 4 September 2013. The information about the case which emerged soon after the incident has now been cross-referenced with other testimonies gathered in October 2013. 31/10/2013


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