On the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a new declaration seeks to address today’s unique challenges to international human rights.
As the number of migrants and refugees worldwide continues to surge, a panel of scholars convened last month by the International Religious Liberty Association (IRLA) says more must be done to deal with related religious freedom challenges.
In September, Rwanda welcomed more than 500 religious freedom delegates and advocates from some 30 countries to the 3rd All Africa Congress and Festival of Religious Liberty. The two-day event began September 13 under the theme, “Hope for Building a Tolerant and Peaceful Continent.” It was organized by IRLA-affiliate organization, the All Africa Religious Liberty Association (AARLA), and brought together church leaders, government officials, and religious
Global religious leaders convened in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on September 26 for the fifth annual G20 Interfaith Forum. These yearly forums shadow the annual international “Group of Twenty” (G20) Economic Summit and aim to strengthen the voice of the world’s faith communities in addressing global political, economic and social challenges.
Speakers at the recent 16th Annual Religious Liberty Dinner in Washington D.C. made a resolute call to build bridges of understanding and strengthen networks as a way of fighting against religious intolerance and advocating freedom of conscience and belief.