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North Korea: Human Rights Situation – Submission to the Human Rights Committee 131st session

The World Evangelical Alliance reported to the Human Rights Committee, on 4 January 2021, on the situation of human rights, such as the right to life, religious freedom, freedom of movement, liberty and security of person, discrimination, the right to fair trial, treatment of prisoners and other detainees and prohibition of torture and degrading treatment, …

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Nepal: Freedom of Religion or Belief – Joint Submission to the Human Rights Committee 131st session

The World Evangelical Alliance, together with the Commission of the Churches on International Affairs of the World Council of Churches, Baptist World Alliance, Nepal Christian Society and National Churches Fellowship of Nepal, reported to the Human Rights Committee, on 4 January 2021, on the situation of freedom of religion or belief in Nepal, ahead of …

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Maldives: Freedom of Religion or Belief, Freedom of Expression, and the Right of Peaceful Assembly

On 14 August 2020, the World Evangelical Alliance reported to the Human Rights Committee on the situation of freedom of religion or belief, freedom of expression and the right to peaceful assembly in the Maldives, ahead of the consideration of the List of Issues Prior Reporting for the Maldives during the Committee’s 130th session in …

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Libya: Freedom of Religion or Belief and Non-Discrimination

The World Evangelical Alliance, together with Open Doors and Middle East Concern, reported to the Human Rights Committee, on 17 August 2020, on the situation of freedom of religion or belief in Libya, ahead of the consideration of the List of Issues Prior Reporting for Libya during the Committee’s 130th session in October 2020.

WEA Submits Joint Report to the United Nations on Freedom of Religion and Christian Persecution in Iran

The World Evangelical Alliance, Open Doors International, Christian Solidarity Worldwide, Middle East Concern, and Article 18 submitted jointly a report to the Human Rights Committee in May 2020 on the situation of freedom of religion or belief in Iran, and the persecution of Christians. The Human Rights Committee will issue in July a List of Issues …

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Report: the Legal Status of the Evangelical Churches in Iraq

With the exception of the Presbyterian Evangelical Protestant church and the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Iraq’s Evangelical churches are not legally recognized. Since 2003, the General Society for Iraqi National Evangelical Churches (GSINEC) has requested from the consecutive Iraqi governments the legal recognition of the Evangelical churches and affiliation with the Christians, Yezidi, and Sabaean-Mandaean …

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