Month: May 2017

Interview with Dennis P. Petri about religious freedom in Mexico

World Watch Monitor interviewed Dennis P. Petri about religious freedom in Mexico. The interview led to the production of the following articles: In choosing Christianity, Mexican tribals risk alienation, eviction from their communities Christians easy targets in Mexico’s lawless borderlands Majority-Christian Mexico still struggling to ensure religious freedom for rural converts Excerpts of the interview

Lecture of Dennis P. Petri at Regent’s Park College, Oxford – 20 March 2017

Professor Dennis P. Petri was invited as guest lecturer during the week of 20-24 March 2017 for the Postgraduate Degree on “Constitutional State and Religious Freedom”, hosted by a consortium of academic institutions composed of ANAJURE, Mackenzie Presbyterian University (São Paulo, Brazil), Institute Ius Gentium Conimbrigae – Center for Human Rights of the University of

Latin America’s Overlooked Persecuted Church

1. What does persecution in Latin America look like? Persecution of Christians in Latin America is a complex picture and results from the interplay between an overall lack of security and social exclusion, experienced by the majority of Latin American citizens. The high degree of violence particularly affects Christians who are perceived to be a

The Observatory of Religious Freedom in Latin America is a program of the Foundation Platform for Social Transformation, a registered charity in Voorburg, The Netherlands under Chamber of Commerce #50264249.

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