Source: Nederlands Dagblad (Netherlands Daily) 1 April 2014: Further reporting on the concerns about the Council of Europe report: http://www.nd.nl/artikelen/2014/april/01/protest-tegen-europees-anti-sektenplan-zwelt-aan
STRASBOURG – More than sixty humanitarian and religious organizations in Europe are protesting heavily against a plan… Continue reading
Criticism: The Council of Europe is Letting the Freedom of Religion Down
29 March 2014 Birthe B. Pedersen writes from France
“An attack against the Freedom of Religion”. That’s how the criticism against the proposed… Continue reading
Here attached is an open letter signed by a total of 64 concerned organisations and groups, sent on 31st March to The Honorable Anne Brasseur, President, Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. The letter details the deep… Continue reading
The Legal Affairs Committee of the Council of Europe report entitled “The protection of minors against the excesses of sects” is due to be considered for adoption by the full Parliamentary Assembly at the beginning of April. The… Continue reading
Here is a round-up of comments and opinions on the Council of Europe Report. There has been a wave of comment raising serious concerns about its implications. See our earlier posts for more details of the report itself.
Co-founder of… Continue reading
The All Faiths Network would like to draw your attention to a draft report that has just been adopted by the Legal Affairs Committee of the Council of Europe and is due to be considered for adoption by the full… Continue reading
Key points of concern with regards to the Council of Europe draft report on “The protection of minors against the excesses of sects”
1. Children must, of course, be protected from abuse. There is no doubt in our… Continue reading
The All Faiths Network for the United Kingdom is registered charity 1145611, and is a network which reaches into some twenty-five different belief and faith traditions.
We welcome membership without discrimination from every faith and belief which is recognised under… Continue reading