All “Uzbekistan” Updates
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The session provided Uzbek members of parliament the opportunity to query government officials about religion laws and policies and the implementation of its Religious Freedom Roadmap. IGE was one of the international observers invited by Uzbekistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The consultation was the first of its kind and the fruit of a religious freedom MOU signed between IGE and the Uzbekistan government and the first-ever Religion & Rule of Law training that IGE held in the country last November.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) recently issued its 2020 report which contains chapters on some of IGE’s focus countries. Familiarize yourself with the report’s findings as well as how IGE is making a difference on the ground.
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IGE invited to speak on two different occasions during the annual National Prayer Breakfast. Emphasis was placed on IGE’s model of engagement and relational diplomacy and how that was applied in Uzbekistan.
IGE partnered with the government of Uzbekistan to launch several exciting new initiatives to advance religious freedom. These projects mark the first tangible fruit of the MOU that IGE signed with the Uzbekistan government in September 2018 as well as the first steps in implementing Uzbekistan’s Religious Freedom Roadmap.
The CWFL workshop was the culmination of the 2019 Fellowship, providing leadership development sessions for women-of-faith organization leaders advocating for vulnerable and marginalized populations. Fellows also participated in other IGE events held concurrently in Uzbekistan.
We are halfway through our trip to Uzbekistan where we seek to build religious freedom. Click to read highlights.
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