The Human Rights and Democracy Network’s (HRDN) campaign Stand 4 Human Rights Defenders was launched on 12 November 2015 and runs until 12 November 2016. It promotes constructive dialogue between civil society organisations and EU actors so as to jointly identify practical actions that could be implemented by the EU in order to improve the effectiveness of its work on HRDs.
Rapsi (24.10.2016) – http://bit.ly/2eFhJLc – The North Caucasus District Military Court has sentenced imam of a mosque in the Dagestan Republic, Magomednabi Magomedov, to 5 years in prison for public justification of terrorism, RIA Novosti reported on Monday. Magomedov has been accused of “incitement of hatred and enmity as well as violation of human […]CONTINUE READING →
World Watch Monitor (24.10.2016) – A week after a new report claimed that life for some Christian refugees in Germany is “still unbearable”, a case study has been released as an example for other refugee centres to follow. The study, which profiles a refugee centre in the central German town of Rotenburg an der Fulda, […]CONTINUE READING →
Shocking video of a Ghanean furiously destroying religious statues in a church in Rome http://bit.ly/2evhToo Intolerance against Christians (01.10.2017) – http://bit.ly/2evga2t – Police arrested a 39-year-old Ghanaian man (1) suspected of attacking several churches in Rome over the previous two days. He is suspected of heavily damaging devotional statues, crucifixes, and candlesticks at the Basilica […]CONTINUE READING →
See video here The Golden Brigade, the anti-terrorist division of the Iraqi army, has liberated the first Christian city of Bartella, located around Mosul. Just hours later, Christian militiamen returned to their village. France 24 (23.10.2016) – http://f24.my/2e3PQu0 – After two years in forced exile, the Christian militiamen of the brigade made it their […]CONTINUE READING →
Statement of the Grand Mufti’s Office in Bulgaria at the OSCE/ ODIHR HDIM in Warsaw Muslim Denomination in Bulgaria (30.09.2016) – On July 20, 2016 at the National Assembly, the nationalistic political party ATAKA introduced amendments to the Law of the Religions in which Religious organizations and communities are to be restricted to use […]CONTINUE READING →