Human Rights Without Frontiers reports that Donald Jay Ossewaarde, an American national who has lived in Oryol, Russia, since 2005, filed a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights March 30, 2017, based on his arrest and conviction of… Continue reading
Dublin City Interfaith Forum reports that the Republic of Ireland has been classed among the most tolerant in the world for religion, citing a recent study from the Pew Research Center.
The small, mostly Catholic, nation of the Republic Of… Continue reading
Further use of ‘anti-extremist’ laws being used to stifle dissent and new religions is reported by the SOVA Centre for Information and Analysis. In a summary introduced: “The following is our review of the primary and most representative events in… Continue reading
Please would you consider adding you signature to the attached letter.
The All Faiths Network has been asked to circulate the letter by the Interfaith Round Table Washington – a collection of many religions in the USA as you will… Continue reading
AFN members have been helping over the last few week with the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower disaster, working other religions, aid
organisations and the local councils with hundreds of hours of volunteer assistance.
The Manchester attack is a most horrible and insane incursion into our society and highlights that there are a small number of people in this world whose lives are dominated by destructive intentions which they justify by some twisted purpose… Continue reading
The Parlementary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), Rapporteur Valeriu Ghiletchi recently proposed a resolution and a recommendation for “The Protection of the rights of parents and children belonging to religious minorities” to the members of the Assembly coming… Continue reading
It is our pleasure to write in relation to a fun interfaith Star Wars video to mark the 40th anniversary of the first Star Wars film. This has just gone online with the petition to recognise the… Continue reading
The All Faiths Network finds the recent European Court of Justice decision allowing companies to prohibit workers from the “visible wearing of any political, philosophical or religious signs” as potentially providing an excuse for employers to discriminate, ironically, under the… Continue reading