Diverse Group of Religious Leaders Reminds U.S. Senators: Religious Tests for Public Office Are Wrong, Unlawful
A letter from 19 signatories representing the Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints, Sikh, Muslim, Baha’is, Hindu, Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant traditions was delivered by RFI to Senate majority and minority leadership.
RFI Report Highlights Critical Needs Religious Minority Communities in Iraq
The report, based on a trip to Iraq’s Nineveh Plains in December 2018, Hanging by a Thread: Christians and Other Religious Minorities Are Fading into History on the Nineveh Plains outlines the dire conditions in northern Iraq for Christians, Yazidis, and other religious minorities.
The 21: Book Launch and Panel Discussion
Join us for an event featuring author Martin Mosebach, a keynote address from Archbishop Angaelos of London, and a panel discussion on A Missing Piece in the Middle East: The Imperative of Protecting Pluralism and Promoting Religious Freedom.
You're Invited to the RFI Open House
Join us for drinks and light refreshments from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Wednesday, February 6th.
Congressional-Executive Commission on China Hearing: The Communist Party’s Crackdown on Religion in China
Tom Farr testified on the state of religious freedom in China, the impact of these crackdowns by the Chinese government, and what can be done to address these issues.
RFI Conference Commemorates the 20th Anniversary of the International Religious Freedom Act
On November 9, RFI and Baylor in Washington hosted a day-long conference featuring all five current and former Ambassadors at Large, religious freedom experts, and representatives of persecuted communities to consider the impact of IRFA since its passage in 1998.
Watch: Islamic Law, the Nation State, and the Case of Pakistan
On October 26th, RFI and the Wilson Center’s Asia Program hosted a panel discussion on Pakistan and the relationship between Islam and the modern nation state. Watch the Video.