Prisoners of Conscience

“Religious prisoners of conscience are “individuals who are imprisoned, detained, under house arrest, or disappeared for their religious beliefs, non-belief, identity, activity and/or advocacy for FoRB related rights, provided that they have not used or advocated violence.”

United States Commission on International Religious Freedom

All over the world the twin causes of Liberty and Justice are fought by courageous men and women, otherwise ordinary, who have found themselves unable to look at the suffering and injustice around them and do nothing. These human rights defenders are often pastors or lawyers who, despite the inherent corruption all around them, take their God-given responsibilities to those under them seriously. Unfortunately, in many places, speaking the truth and expecting the laws to be upheld can mean imprisonment, torture and death.

At Jubilee Campaign, we work to protect these protectors to free those who fought so hard to free others as well as secure the release of, or improve prison conditions for, religious prisoners of conscience. That is our charge before God and it is a privilege and an honor to work on these cases.


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Captive Prisoners

Released Prisoners

Deceased Prisoners