Religious prisoners are put to work making clothes or electronics in brutal conditions: 12-hour workdays, denied of nutritious food and medical care, tortured.
Seventy years ago as the gunpowder smoke from the Second World War was just dissipating, from the tragic cost exacted by the war people began to reflect and realize the importance of upholding basic rights for humanity.
A torchlight procession for peace in Rho requested the Italian government to welcome the victims of religious persecution.
A special issue of the respected academic journal debunks the idea that new religious movements are inherently violent—and that The Church of Almighty God was responsible for the murder of a woman in a McDonald’s in 2014.
Canadian Human Rights Organization Holds Press Conference: Calling Attention to Human Rights in China The morning of December 10, 2018, a human rights organization in Canada, One Free World International (OFWI) hosted a press conference at Parliament Hill in the capital, Ottawa.
Cultural Revolution technique revived from the 1960s pits masses against masses, brother against brother, faith against faith, to control belief.