Tag: Freedom of Religion

"Persecuted Christians get no headlines", says Swedish historian Dick Harrison

"Historically, religious freedom is a more radical concept than most Swedes realize," he writes.

Pastor Pawlowski wins legal victory

Pawlowski expressed gratitude that, "finally, something positive, something good is happening".

Swedish Liberal Party wants to establish new religious independent schools

The chairman of the Christian Free School Council, Jan Rosman, says this "would definitely be a violation of religious freedom".

Football coach wins case over being fired for praying on field after games

In 2015, the school district suspended Kennedy for praying on the field after games.

A Hmong Christian family has lost citizenship rights due to their faith

Since the expulsion, a child in the family has lost their birth certificate.

International Religious Freedom Summit evokes Christian persecution in Nigeria

USCIRF Commissioner Frank Wolf, a former member of Congress, stressed the importance of the IRF conference.

Joe Biden appointed a new USCIRF Commissioner

USCIRF is the top U.S. federal advisory body responsible for monitoring religious freedom abroad,

Christian factory worker fired for wearing cross necklace awarded $26K

Similarly, a British Airways employee, won a landmark legal battle at the European Court of Human Rights to wear a cross at work.

A report reveals that intolerance of Christians' views leads to self-censorship

Many Christians interviewed as part of the study did not realize they were self-censoring.

US Department of State releases report on religious freedom across the world

The reports was announced back in November. Its full version has recently been released.