«Freedom of conscience is one of the most precious gifts offered to humankind. Freedom of conscience is not a negotiable liberty. The right to freedom of conscience must be the prerogative of all respectful societies, societies which respect citizen's believers, agnostics or atheists. Opposition and deprivation of freedom of conscience in the midst of a society is comparable to a crime against humanity»

Dr. Bruno Vertallier Former President of the AIDLR

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The AIDLR have recorded 2 TV Program Debates at the European Parliament TV of Brussels

Titled “Do Europe face challenges and risk on Religion Freedom?” and “Religious liberty Today: Trends and attitudes” respectively.



Brussels, Feb 2018

The first Debate entitled “Do Europe face challenges and risk on Religion Freedom?” was attended by Guinara AKHUNDOVA, Head of Global Response Department of International Media Support from Denmark, Revd. Bonnie EVANS-HILLS, Church of England from Leicester UK, Dr. RIK TORFS, KU Leuven former Rector, Dr. Asher MAOZ Dean of Perez Academic Center Law School, from Rehovot Israel and the Judge Dr. Harald MUELLER professor at the University of Friedensau, Hanover Germany.

The second debate was about: “Religious liberty Today: Trends and actitudes” and had the participation of Mgr. Dr. Elisabeta KITANOVIC, Executive Secretary of the Conference of European Churches from Brussels, Hajar AL-KADDO, Forum of European Muslims Youth and Student Organizations from Brussels, Imam RAZAWI, Scottish Ahlul Bayt Society, United Nations House form UK and Hans NOOT from Human Rights Without Frontiers (HRWF) Belgium.

Both debates were moderated by Dr. Liviu Olteanu.

We give especial thanks to Hannu Takula (MEP), Dr. Harry Kuhalampi, Csaba Sogor (MEP) and Hope Media- Speranta TV.

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European Parliament TV

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European Parliament TV

Debate