All “Vietnam” Updates
On June 2, 2020, President Trump signed the “Executive Order on Advancing International Religious Freedom,” which prioritizes advancing international religious freedom as a key factor in U.S. foreign policy. IGE has long advocated for this and looks forward to the implementation of this order.
Check out the May 2020 e-newsletter!
IGE partners with the Vietnam-USA Society at the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations and the faculty of Vietnam National University Law School to publish the first-ever textbook on religious freedom.
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.
Check out the April 2020 e-newsletter!
IGE’s Center for Women, Faith & Leadership (CWFL) launched the 4th cohort of its flagship fellowship program. The one-year fellowship advances the leadership and skills of women of faith working to advocate on behalf of the vulnerable and marginalized.
IGE and Vietnam National University’s Law School will publish the first-ever textbook in Vietnam on religious freedom and law. This textbook addresses the great need for academic materials on human rights and religious freedom in Vietnam. It will be the first one written by Vietnamese scholars for Vietnamese students pursuing graduate-level studies in fields related to religion.
Check out the September 2019 e-newsletter!
Check out the July 2019 e-newsletter!
IGE stands as an active member and partner at the Ministerial because IGE believes that religious freedom matters for all people. IGE co-hosted two side-events alongside Christianity Today (CT) in order to describe more of why religious freedom matters in the domestic and global communities and how exactly IGE and others work to advance religious freedom.