Evangelism Ban Proposed in Nepal
Posted June 12, 2011
A proposed civil code forbidding evangelism and missionary work in Nepal belies the country’s attempts to build a society based on respect for human rights, religious liberty advocates say.
IRLA Leader: “Religious freedom deserves higher profile in US foreign policy”
Posted June 20, 2011
The International Religious Liberty Association, together with a coalition of religious and human rights groups, is supporting proposed legislation that would require the US State Department to place more emphasis on promoting religious freedom around the world.
IRLA Secretary General Praises Focus of South American Activists
Posted June 23, 2011
Dr. John Graz was honored for his religious freedom advocacy during his intensive eight-day series of public meetings and events, currently underway in Brazil.
Concern for freedom in Hungary as lawmakers consider new restrictions
Posted June 30, 2011
Strict registration requirements for minority religious groups are part of a proposed new law in Hungary that will soon come before the nation’s lawmakers for consideration.