Geneva Report 2005, A perspective on global religious freedom: challenges facing Christian Communities
Subject
Religious Freedom
Description
The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) is honored to participate in the work of the 61st UN Commission on Human Rights. The WEA is a network giving worldwide identity and voice to more than 335 million Christians from 121 nations and over 100 international organizations. It maintains a wide net-work of about 2.000 members of parliament in 60 countries. Our organization seeks to promote integrity and justice at every level of society – individual, family, community and culture. The WEA strongly supports and stresses the right of every person to hold and practice their own religious convictions – or not to have any.
Content
1. Introduction
2. Road to Persecution
3. Thematic Issues
- Religious Nationalism
- State Registration of Religious Groups
4. Countries of particular Concern
- Burma / Myanmar
- China
- Eritrea
- Iran
- North Korea
- Sri Lanka
- Sudan
- Turkmenistan
- Vietnam
5. Notes of Affirmation
- Sudan
- Pakistan
6. Conclusion
7. Impressum
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Posted : 2012-04-16 09:43:51 GMT
Author/Authors : World Evangelical Alliance
Publishers : Martin Bucer Seminar
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Publication Date : 2005
Website Origin : www.bucer.eu