The Freedom of Religion or Belief Learning Platform provides resources to help individuals, communities and decision-makers learn, reflect upon and promote freedom of religion or belief for all. It includes resources for personal study and for educators and facilitators to use in group trainings. The core resources have been developed in dialogue with specialists and with reference people from a range of religious and belief backgrounds.
Sometimes it’s good to have information in writing! Here we’ve gathered a range of learning resources connected to the three themes (introductory learning, access to justice, working to promote the right). Helpful to read yourself or as hand-outs or discussion materials for a training. Some resources are available in languages other than English.
|Quick Guide Religious Freedom, English
What freedom of religion or belief involves and when it can be limited. The format of this guide is closely linked to the films in the Introductory Learning Package on the Learning Platform. Ideal for personal reading, or as a hand out/preparatory reading for training events. Published by the Swedish Mission Council
|Freedom of religion or belief for everyone
A useful, attractive booklet introducing freedom of religion or belief as a human right, produced by Stefanus Alliance International. Ideal for personal reading or as a hand out/preparatory reading for training events.
|Conventions and declarations compendium
This compendium provides you with the texts of key international and regional agreements and documents relating to freedom of religion or belief (FoRB).
|Simplified Universal Declaration of Human Rights
A simplified version of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that's perfect as a handout for group work exercises relating to the Declaration. Source: Amnesty International
|Faith for Rights
A short brochure explaining the UN Faith for Rights initiative with its 18 commitments.
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