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CAP Liberté de Conscience est une ONG européenne  dotée du statut consultatif auprès des Nations Unies, créée en 1995 et dédiée à la protection du droit à la liberté de religion et de conviction.

CAP Liberté de Conscience lutte contre toute forme de discrimination fondée sur la religion ou les convictions en alertant les instances européennes et internationales.


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48th session Working Group Universal Periodic Review : Persecution of the Ahmadi Religion of Peace and Light in Egypt

Submission Persecution of the Ahmadi Religion of Peace and Light in Egypt Since their implantation in Egypt in 2012, members of a new religious movement in Islam, self-named “The Ahmadi Religion of Peace and Light,” have been the victims of state repression, social...

Media Freedom: The Key to Democracy and Security

A recent study commissioned by the OSCE Representative, on Freedom of the Media has revealed the connections between media freedom, democracy and global and local security. The detailed research document, crafted by a team from the Varieties of Democracy Institute at...

CFU Co-organised UN Side Event Highlighting the Uyghur Plight

Geneva, Switzerland – On July 5, a side  event, “Combating Islamophobia in Asia: From Awareness to Action,” was held at the United  Nations  Human  Rights  Council‘s (UNHRC) 56th Session to address the threats of Islamophobia in Asia, with a focus on the People’s...

Climate Change, Conflict, and Religious Freedom: An Urgent Call for Integrated Action

CAP Freedom of Conscience July 2024 In todays interconnected world the connections, between climate change, conflict and freedom of religion or belief (FoRB) are becoming more evident and urgent. A recent policy brief from Search for Common Ground underscores the...

Ethiopia Item 3: Interactive dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on trafficking in persons, especially women and children

Human Rights Council56th regular session of the Human Rights Council18 June 2024 – 12 July 2024Coordination des Associations et des Particuliers pour la Liberté de Conscience We urgently draw your attention to the ongoing genocide against the Amhara people in...

Frances Crackdown, on Hindu and Yoga Followers; An Alarming Trend of Religious Intolerance

France has always taken pride in its dedication to secularism and religious freedom as outlined in the principle of laïcité. However upon inspection of the nation’s treatment of religious groups particularly those linked to Hinduism and yoga practices, a troubling...

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