Freedom of thought, conscience and religion is an important human right providing individuals a safe space to develop their own thoughts …

All human beings, religious and non-religious alike, have some form of overarching worldview that shape their perception of the world, their sense of …

Short article written by Arie de Pater EEA Brussels Representative on whether or not to advocate for Freedom of Religion or Belief for all.

Introductory film on EEA`s FoRB Engagement

Julia Doxat-Purser, Socio-Political Representative of the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA), and Arie de Pater, Brussels Representative of the EEA, give an overview of EEA`s activities in the field of Freedom of Religion or Belief (FoRB).

Imagine Christians in your nation are arrested by the authorities. Or your nation’s government declares it will introduce a new law …

Religion is an essential aspect of one’s identity and […] religious identity encompasses religious practice as well as belief. Given the fact …

Freedom of Religion or Belief is an individual human right that is usually divided in two core elements, the forum internum and the forum

As argued in the article FoRB and Power, there should be a healthy distance between those ruling the nation, and religion or belief systems …

EEA paper on “Human Rights and Education – What are the rights of parents, children
and teachers when they object to parts of the curriculum?”.

A survey on the situation of 6,516 converts in Germany, published by Open Doors Deutschland e.V.

EEA Statements

EEA is writing to the Finnish government to express concern about the case of Päivi Räsänen, a former government minister accused of hate speech for quoting the Bible.