United Nations

“Unacceptable” – Jubilee Campaign + 20 Organizations Submit Letter Criticizing the Designation of China to the HRC Consultative Group

Following the designation of China to the HRC Consultative Group, Jubilee Campaign and 20 other organizations submitted a letter to the President of the Human Rights Council. Jubilee Campaign sees the selection of China for a position in the UN Human Rights Council Consultative Group as unacceptable given China’s persistent violation of human rights and its failure to meet its international human rights obligations.

Human Rights in China: Freedom of Religion or Belief and Rule of Law

On September 19, a parallel event organized by Jubilee Campaign and Christian Solidarity Worldwide was held during the Human Rights Council’s 42nd Session at the Palais des Nations in Geneva. The event focused on human rights, religious persecution, and rule of law in China and drew attention to the situation of the Early Rain Covenant Church members, …

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Hmong Press Conference

Jubilee Campaign’s engagement at the Human Rights Council, 40th Session

The focus of Jubilee Campaign’s engagement this year was for the Hmong and Montagnard ethnic groups in Viet Nam, in partnership with BPSOS. A side event was held at the United Nations on Human Rights in Viet Nam and an oral statement was presented at the Human Rights Council (HRC). Watch the whole side event …

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Fading Freedom: The Rising Impact of Islamization on Religious Minorities in Malaysia

From the Left: Moderator Gregory Treat, Panelists Gayle Jokinin, UN Special Rapporteur Ahmed Shaheed, Eugene Yapp On March 6, 2018, Jubilee Campaign, along with our partners at CSW, ADF, the WEA, and ERLC, sponsored a side event at the UN in Geneva highlighting the growing restrictions on Christians and other religious minorities in Malaysia. Malaysia is often admired as …

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2017 UN Joint Oral Statement on Malaysia

Full statement submitted to UN: Human Rights Council – 35th session Item 4 – General Debate Speaker: Albert Hengelaar Thursday 15 June 2017 Mr. President, The World Evangelical Alliance and Jubilee Campaign bring to the Council’s attention the rising restrictions against religious minorities in Malaysia. Malaysia is often admired as a modern Muslim-majority country that …

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2017 UN Statement on Burma

Agenda Item 4: Interactive Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Eritrea NGO: Jubilee Campaign Speaker: Sini Maria Heikkila Title: Human rights in Eritrea Date: March 2017 Thank you Mr President. Jubilee Campaign together with Christian Solidarity Worldwide thank the Special Rapporteur for her oral update. In a resolution passed in July 2016 …

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2017 UN Statement on DPRK

March 2017 Agenda Item 4: Interactive Dialogue with the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Situation in DPRK Topic: Human Rights in DPRK Organisation: Jubilee Campaign Speaker: Sini Maria Heikkila Jubilee Campaign together with Christian Solidarity Worldwide thanks the Special Rapporteur Tomás Ojea Quintana for his new report and urges international community to implement its recommendations …

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2017 UN Joint Statement on Freedom of Religion

March 2017 Agenda Item: 3 Interactive Dialogue with the UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief Organisation: Jubilee Campaign Speaker: Sini Maria Heikkilä Thank you Mr President. Jubilee Campaign together with Christian Solidarity Worldwide thanks the Special Rapporteur Shaheed for his extensive report adding to the excellent body of work produced by this …

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