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Caught in the Crossfire: Myanmar’s Christian Minorities Under Tatmadaw Rule


International Christian Concern is hosting an event to follow up on its recent report, Caught in the Crossfire. This event will give special consideration to both the history of religious freedom in Myanmar and its likely future under Tatmadaw rule. From the report: "When the Burmese military overthrew Myanmar’s civilian government in February, the international community responded with swift condemnation ...


Congressional Briefing — Stripping Muslims of Citizenship in India’s Assam


14 million Muslims in the Indian State of Assam are at the 8th Stage of the ’10 Stages of Genocide,’ according to Genocide Watch. Half a million are already declared non-citizens on the basis of a dubious and Islamophobic citizenship determination. The Government now wants to “reverify” that list only to add millions more. The process of proving citizenship in under-qualified ...

2021 Persecutor of the Year Report Launch

Hilton Washington DC Capitol Hill 525 New Jersey Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC

Please join International Christian Concern for a press conference to relaunch its annual list of top oppressors, compiled into a comprehensive 150-page report: 2021 Persecutors of the Year. The report includes a detailed analysis of 24 leading persecutors in three categories: country, entity, and individual. ICC relied on numerous victim interviews, insights from ICC staff and contacts in trouble spots ...

Government-Fueled Persecution in Nigeria


With Nigeria recently removed from State Department's CPC list, now is a crucial time for policymakers and human rights watchdogs to take action ensuring that persecution in Nigeria is not forgotten. While much of the dialogue on Nigeria focuses on militant-fueled persecution, government-led persecution is increasing as well. This event will shed a light on some of the many ways ...