International religious freedom

USCIRF defines international religious freedom as “the right to believe or not believe as one’s conscience leads, and live out one’s beliefs openly, peacefully, and without fear.” This further expands to include the freedoms to convert religions, attend or provide religious teachings, and more. Here at Jubilee, we find these rights to be the founding principle for our work, both domestically and globally. We work to promote international religious freedom in many ways, including writing reports and newsletters on the status of persecution in other nations, assisting individuals, families, and refugees seeking asylum from religious persecution, encouraging Congress and USCIRF officials to advocate on behalf of religious prisoners, and providing necessary materials and legal services to such prisoners.