Speakers at the recent 16th Annual Religious Liberty Dinner in Washington D.C. made a resolute call to build bridges of understanding and strengthen networks as a way of fighting against religious intolerance and advocating freedom of conscience and belief.
This is the text of the address presented by Dr. Ganoune Diop, Secretary General of the IRLA, at the 16th annual Religious Liberty Dinner in Washington, D.C., May 22, 2018. [Photo: Mylon Medley/NAD]
Some 1,000 scholars, lawyers, and advocates from across the continent of Africa and around the world will meet in Kigali, Rwanda, later this year to explore ways to build more tolerant and peaceful communities.
Leading religious freedom attorney Holly Hollman has been named the recipient of the 16th Annual Religious Liberty Dinner National Award.
Plenary presentations from the 8th World Congress on Religious Freedom are now available online, together providing a broad, multidisciplinary perspective on current global challenges.