Recent video evidence of an active slave market in the north African country of Libya has focused international attention on what has, until now, been a largely unpublicized human rights tragedy, says a Seventh-day Adventist Church spokesperson.
As war-weary Colombia confronts the challenges of peace-building following decades of conflict with rebel groups, a Seventh-day Adventist leader has reminded government officials that minority religious groups have a valuable part to play.
Attorney Dwayne Leslie represents the Seventh-day Adventist world church in Washington, D.C., monitoring legislation and, when necessary, advocating on behalf of the church. In this edition of the Capitol Hill Report, Mr. Leslie provides analysis of tax reform legislation currently being considered in the Senate, and explains how church members in the United States can speak out in support of Adventist teachers.
Norwegian parliamentarian and human rights activist Abid Q. Raja has been named the 2018 recipient of the International Religious Liberty Association’s (IRLA) International Award for Outstanding Leadership in Religious Freedom Advocacy.
Are Millennials concerned about human rights, social justice, and religious freedom? The answer may surprise you, according to a panel of young experts, leaders, and activists during a session held recently at the 8th International Religious Liberty Association World Congress held in Hollywood, Florida, United States.
This ongoing series of short video messages provides insights into the art and science of sharing the love of God with all people, especially with people of influence, decisions makers and public officials. Dr. Ganoune Diop, director of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty for the Seventh-day Adventist world church, offers reflections on vital issues related to engaging others on spiritual matters.