A roundtable featured, with many others, CESNUR and The Church of Almighty God. by Massimo Introvigne Religions: Resource or Problems for Peace? On September 19, 2019, a well-attended side event on “Broadening the Impact of Peace” was co-organized at the United Nations in Geneva by Fundación Vida Grupo Ecologico Verde and Mejora – Fundation for […]
A detailed UNPO report documents how Beijing (and other illiberal regimes) is preventing – legally and illegally – the voice of the persecuted from being heard internationally.
At the United Nations, 22 countries sign a letter condemning the CCP transformations through education camps, 37 answer praising China’s “remarkable achievements” in human rights.
In the debate about the very soft UPR report, NGOs say they are not happy. Some insist on religious persecution.
When I traveled to Poland to attend the United Nations climate conference yesterday, I passed through immigration without any problems.
Myanmar’s domestic commissions on violence in Rakhine State have all failed to report credibly on atrocities against Rohingya or advance justice,