‘Religicide’ recognized as a new form of human rights violation
By JoAnne Wadsworth
Durham introduced the topic by presenting Religious Freedom against the backdrop of the IRF Summit Charter, saying that it might be a more productive discussion to simply focus on what Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB) is not, rather than the plethora of things that it is.
“A good way to start thinking about it is Freedom OF Religion, FOR Religion, FROM Religion, and IN Religion. It’s inherently related to conscience, to human dignity, and more.”
He then invited each of the panelists to introduce themselves and explain what in their background brought them to the Summit.
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