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RELIGIOUS FREEDOM VIOLATIONS IN CHINA

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The Center for Studies on Freedom of Religion Belief and Conscience organizes and partecipates  to conferences, courses  and any activities  useful to improve the knowledge about Freedom of Religion Belief and Conscience.

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RELIGIOUS FREEDOM VIOLATIONS IN CHINA

  • Camera dei Deputati Via della Missione Roma, Lazio, 00186 Italy (map)

CESNUR and LIREC

in cooperation with MP Luigi Lacquaniti

organize a press conference on

RELIGIOUS FREEDOM VIOLATIONS IN CHINA

A case study of persecution against Christian minorities

Full video of the press conference at the House of Parliament about religious persecution in China of The Church of Almighty God and refugee issues in Italy and Europe is available through Italian’s parliamentary TV channel and LIREC's Youtube channel

Press Conference at the House of Parliament about religious persecution in China. Subtitles in English and Chinese. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=103&v=0G65-GoSd6s

Church of Almighty God's TV Report about Press Conference at the Italian Chamber of Deputies, organized by LIREC (Rome, 14/12/2017). Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=dRoWOBWlhbk
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December 14, 2017 - From 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.

Sala Stampa Camera dei Deputati

Roma, Via della Missione, 4


PROGRAM

 

GREETINGS

 

MP LACQUANITI

Sen. MALAN

MP ROSTELLATO

 

PRESIDING and CONCLUDING

Raffaella DI MARZIO (LIREC)

 

“Sinicization” of Religions and “Xie Jiao” in China

Massimo INTROVIGNE (CESNUR)

 

Chinese witnesses will also be present


You need to register before December 12 with

centrostudilirec@gmail.com

mobile: 3488299499

To enter the House of Parliament, a valid passport or equivalent document is required.

Men should wear jackets and ties.

The number of places is limited and we recommend preregistering with a reasonable advance.