WHERE’S TASLIMA NASRIN GOING?

“If former Humanist Taslima Nasrin were not stuck with attention seeking, hate mongering and self promotion, she would have joined the extreme groups of the right wing.” How does this sound? At one time her courage in defending Human Rights was inspiring, and after she had to flee Bangladesh, the Read more…

AILP fights for freedom of conscience

One step forward… Sudan: towards a secular State. A popular revolution born in December 2018 brought an end to a military-religious dictatorship that began after a coup in 1989. Dictatorship had forbidden political parties and trade unions, established an awful dictatorship, delivered the already particularly poor country to internal and Read more…

Uruguay: Violation of the secularity (laicity) of President Lacalle Pou by participating in a religious ceremony

PUBLIC STATEMENT Montevido, 2020 March 5. On 2 March, one day after taking office, the President of the Republic Luis Alberto Lacalle Pou participated in a religious ceremony in the cathedral of Montevideo convened by the Episcopal Conference of Uruguay (Catholic Church) and five other religious organizations. The Secretary to Read more…