International Religious Liberty Advocacy

This unique resource, International Religious Freedom Advocacy: A Guide to Organizations, Law, and NGOs, by H. Knox Thames, Chris Seiple and Amy Rowe, is designed to equip activists and policymakers with an intimate knowledge of the governmental institutions, NGOs, and laws that work to safeguard religious liberty across the world.

Beginning with an overview of the international legal protections, these RLP friends and advocacy veterans explain the intricacies of and resources available within the United Nations, European Union, Council of Europe, Organization of American States, African Union, and more. They conclude with in-depth case studies of Turkmenistan and Vietnam, and offer a host of additional helpful information.

SPECIAL: This book is now being offered by Baylor Press at 30% off (plus free U.S. shipping) when you enter code “17AARSBL20.”  Just click this link!