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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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A concerning situation is unfolding in Sudan as relief efforts struggle to meet the escalating needs.

Written by CAP Liberté de Conscience 20 06 2024 In an interview the leader of the United Nations relief mission, in Sudan has depicted an outlook on the countrys worsening humanitarian crisis cautioning that urgent action is required to avert the imminent risk of...

Coalition of NGOs Urge Australian Government to Act Against Forced Organ Harvesting in China

Than 20 human rights organizations and advocacy groups have together written a letter to the Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese urging the government to promptly address the severe human rights violations, against Falun Gong followers in China. The letter specifically...

Ethiopia’s Hidden Crisis: UN Report Exposes Widespread Human Rights Abuses

CAP Liberté de Conscience 18 06 2024 The recent report, by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) has again brought attention to the human rights situation in Ethiopia specifically focusing on the hardships faced by the Amhara...

Protecting Fundamental Rights: The EU’s Demands for China to Respect Freedom of Religion

CAP Liberté de Conscience 18 06 2024 The 39th Human Rights Dialogue, between the European Union (EU) and China recently took place in Chongqing marking a step in addressing human rights issues in China. The discussions, held on June 17 2024 covered topics with the EU...

United Nations Reaffirms Commitment to Religious Freedom in Landmark Resolution

By CAP Liberté de Conscience May 2024 The United Nations has restated its dedication to safeguarding freedom through a resolution approved by the Human Rights Council in its fifty session held from 26 February to 5 April 2024. This resolution, passed with support...

Asia Europe Culture Association to Organize Protests in Paris Highlighting Human Rights Violations by the Chinese Communist Party

Credit Alexander George On the occasion of the visit to France of Xi Jinping – the General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) – the Asia Europe Culture Association will be organising events in Paris on Monday, 6 May, 2024. The aim of these events will be...

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