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What is the Nigeria Evangelical Fellowship’s Vision for Achieving Justice and Security in Nigeria?

Wissam al Saliby, Director of the WEA Geneva office, spoke with James Akinyele, Secretary General of the Nigeria Evangelical Fellowship, and discussed how Evangelicals worldwide can support the churches in Nigeria, and what the Fellowship is advocating for in Nigeria. The conversation took place on the margins of the Consultation on the Impact of Religious …

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Assessing Freedom of Religion or Belief in Algeria – Webinar

The World Evangelical Alliance, jointly with the World Council of Churches, Open Doors International, Middle East Concern, and the Religious Freedom Institute, organized a webinar on Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB) in Algeria, on 14 October 2022 ahead of the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) session of Algeria in November 2022. Our webinar highlighted challenges …

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Reversing the Trend: Minority Rights in India – Webinar

In conjunction with the 51st session of the Human Rights Council, and ahead of the UPR session of India, the Coalition for Minority Rights in India organized a webinar on 3 October 2022 to discuss how the international community can support efforts towards a more inclusive and pluralistic India. Coalition members include the World Evangelical …

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WEA marks the 30th anniversary of the massacre of Armenian Christians during the first Karabakh war

The World Evangelical Alliance marked the thirtieth anniversary of the massacre of Armenian Christians in Maragha village in Nagorno-Karabakh during the first Karabakh war and urged the international community to honour the memory of the victims of Maragha by making good on its many promises to prevent and punish the crime of genocide. The statement …

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Sri Lanka: Ensure full accountability for violence and discrimination against religious minorities

The World Evangelical Alliance, jointly with Baptist World Alliance and ADF International, called on Sri Lanka to repeal the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA), to withdraw unlawful circulars and policies pertaining to registering places of worship, and to ensure full accountability for acts of violence, discrimination and harassment against religious minorities. The statement was made …

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Central African Republic: Call for the respect of the ceasefire

The World Evangelical Alliance, jointly with Caritas Internationalis, called on all parties in Central African Republic to respect the ceasefire, for dialogue between the government and the armed groups, and the implementation of a disarmament, demobilization and reintegration process with a view to the return of the exercise of sovereign powers by the State and …

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WEA calls on India and Algeria to repeal stringent legal restrictions on NGO access to funding

On 20 June 2022, at the Human Rights Council 50th session, during the interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on freedom of peaceful assembly and association, the World Evangelical Alliance called on the governments of India and Algeria to repeal laws that put stringent requirements and restrictions on access to funding and require additional burdensome …

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Greece : Amend or annul the legal provisions prohibiting proselytism

The World Evangelical Alliance called on Greece to take measures to guarantee that options available for religious classes include all the country’s major religious denominations, and to amend or annul the legal provisions prohibiting proselytism. The statement was made at the Human Rights Council 49th session, during the Council’s adoption of the Universal Periodic Review …

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Algeria: End persecution of Evangelical Protestants and allow churches to reopen

On 22 March 2022, at the Human Rights Council 49th session, during the general debate under Agenda Item 4, the World Evangelical Alliance called on Algerian authorities to end their persecution of Protestant and Evangelical Christians, rescind the unjust court sentences, and allow the churches forcibly closed to reopen.

WEA shares examples of Evangelical engagement for peace and reconciliation in CAR, Lebanon, Colombia

On 10 March 2022, at the Human Rights Council 49th session, during the interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, the World Evangelical Alliance shared several examples of Evangelical engagement for peace and reconciliation in situations of conflict and insecurity in several parts of the world, such as the Central …

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