International Religious Liberty

American Christian Witness and Turkey’s Hostage

Are American evangelicals right to support US sanctions against Turkey to release American missionary Andrew Brunson?

Dispatch from the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom
Dispatch from the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom

Last month was a significant step forward for international religious freedom advocacy, but much work remains to be done.

How Many Declarations Does It Take to Secure Religious Freedom?
How Many Declarations Does It Take to Secure Religious Freedom?

After centuries of declarations upholding the importance of religious freedom, why are we still issuing declarations?

The State Department’s Ministerial on Religious Freedom: Reflections and the Path Ahead

The State Department’s Ministerial on Religious Freedom marks a significant shift in US foreign policy thinking.

Christianity in North Africa and West Asia, a Review of Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity
Christianity in North Africa and West Asia, a Review of Edinburgh Companions to Global Christianity

Governments in North Africa and West Asia don’t do enough to protect religious freedom. Ewelina Ochab’s chapter in a new book reviews the problem.

Canada’s Supreme Court Ruling Is a Grave Blow to Religious Freedom—and Not Only in Canada - Trinity Western University
Canada’s Supreme Court Ruling Is a Grave Blow to Religious Freedom—and Not Only in Canada

In a case concerning a Christian university, the Supreme Court of Canada issued a ruling on June 15 that is a major blow to religious freedom.

The 2018 International Religious Freedom Reports: 5 Things to Know
The 2018 International Religious Freedom Reports: 5 Things to Know

Here are five things to know about the US Commission on International Religious Freedom’s (USCIRF) 2018 Annual Report and the US State Department’s 2017 Annual Report on International Religious Freedom.

Providence Week in Review, June 1: East Asia and Human Rights
Providence Week in Review, June 1: East Asia and Human Rights

This week at Providence we focused on East Asian issues, including religious persecution in China against both Christians and Muslims and whether Trump should address human rights in North Korea if he meets Kim Jong-un.

A Small Leap Forward: Religious Persecution and Terrorism in China
A Small Leap Forward: Religious Persecution and Terrorism in China

Around one million Chinese Muslims have been detained in “education camps.”

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