Human Rights and International Religious Liberty in the Trump Administration

On April 19 at the National Press Club in downtown DC, Providence hosted a panel discussion that discussed American priorities for international human rights and religious liberty.

Panelists included Providence contributors and friends Andrew Doran, Vice President of In Defense of Christians, formerly of U.S. State Department, an attorney and military veteran; Emilie Kao, an attorney and formerly of the U.S. State Department Office of International Religious Freedom; Ian Speir, chancellor to an Anglican diocese and coauthor of the “Genocide Against Christians in the Middle East” report submitted to Secretary Kerry; and Travis Wussow, Vice President for Public Policy and General Counsel at the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.

Marc LiVecche moderated the discussion, and Mark Tooley gave introductory remarks.

Below is the full video from the event:

 

 

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