The Constitutional Court will reconsider South Korea’s refusal to recognize the right of conscientious objection. A global audience eagerly anticipates the judgment.
The Intermediate Court of Karongi upheld the right to religious freedom for eight Witness students. Will the ruling help to end religious discrimination in all Rwanda’s schools?
Israeli authorities took a stand against religious intolerance and discrimination by defending Jehovah’s Witnesses’ right to gather for peaceful worship.
European Court of Human Rights Accepts Georgia’s Admission About Violating the Rights of Jehovah’s Witnesses
Georgia acknowledged that annulling the Witnesses’ legal entities ‘was not justified.’ The government’s action led to years of persecution and violence against the Witnesses.
Irina Zakharchenko and Valida Jabrayilova are being treated as dangerous criminals for talking to others about their beliefs. Will Azerbaijan live up to its claim of religious tolerance?
Will Azerbaijan honor its claim of religious tolerance by releasing two innocent women, Irina Zakharchenko and Valida Jabrayilova, and permitting the Witnesses to worship in peace?
Ukrainian courts have ruled that the rights of conscientious objectors cannot be restricted in the interests of national security.
As a legal assistant, Dorothy helped Hayden Covington and Victor Schmidt defend the civil liberties of Jehovah’s Witnesses in the 1940’s and 1950’s.
In April 2015, a campaign will provide law enforcement officials with facts about a recent European Court of Human Rights judgment and the religious activities of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Authorities acted decisively to prohibit church-sponsored schools from ignoring students’ rights. Over 300 Witness children have been unjustly expelled on religious grounds.