ADVOCACY
Director Ann Buwalda together with Jubilee Campaign Netherland's representatives in front of the ICC (International Criminal Court in the Hague)
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WHAT WE DO

Jubilee Campaign USA exists to give a voice to those suffering in silence.
We promote the human rights and religious liberty of ethnic and religious minorities around the world,
work to restore the dignity of victims of human trafficking , and provide support to refugees in search of a peaceful tomorrow.

Priority Issues

Freedom of Religion or Belief

We promote the human rights and religious liberty of ethnic and religious minorities such as those in Pakistan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Nigeria, China, North Korea and others. We assist individuals and families seeking asylum in the West from religious based persecution.

Refugees

We promote the care and well-being of larger groups of refugees fleeing religious and ethnic persecution.

Religious Prisoners of Conscience

We advocate for the release of prisoners of conscience such as Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani in Iran, Shafqat and Shagufta in Pakistan, and human rights defenders such as Goa Zhisheng and Chen Guangcheng of China, Fr. Van Ly of Vietnam, and many others who are in prison or otherwise denied their basic human rights.

Women & Children

Jubilee Campaign works to promote and protect vulnerable women and children bodily harm and sexual exploitation, paying particular attention to the scourge of human trafficking or modern slavery which we oppose however we can, wherever we find it, in all of its forms.

LATEST STORIES

This week, the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) released a report detailing the United States' history regarding sanctioning Iranian officials known to be involved in severe restrictions and violations of human rights and religious freedom.
22-year-old Nigerian singer Yahaya Sharif-Aminu was sentenced to death by hanging for blasphemy charges, as handed down by a Kano State Sharia court in August 2020.
In early August 2020, it was announced that Eritrea is the only nation out of 55 African countries to refuse to join the African Free Trade Agreement