The UN’s Silence on Discrimination and Violence Against Non-Believers

March 21, 2013

From CFI's blog, Free Thinking:

The United Nations Human Rights Council this Friday will close its monthlong 22nd regular session in Geneva, Switzerland. Three secularist groups -- the Center for Inquiry, International Humanist and Ethical Union, and British Humanist Association -- have been active at the session, delivering statements and lobbying on issues such as freedom of conscience. CFI's main representative in Geneva is Dr. Elizabeth O'Casey. The following is a report from Ms. O'Casey regarding efforts by CFI and the IHEU to include in a resolution on freedom of religion or belief language referencing non-religious persons.

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