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The 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative hosts and participates in a range of conferences, panels and events designed to enhance knowledge, build understanding, and provide valuable resources about religious freedom issues. In addition, we feature select events around the globe focused on religious freedom.  If you would like your event listed below, please send an e-mail to info@21wilberforce.org with the details.

END OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE CRADLE OF CHRISTENDOM? A REPORT FROM NORTHERN IRAQ AFTER ISIS

AUGUST 16, 2017, WESTMINSTER INSTITUTE, MCLEAN, VA

 

21CWI's Frank Wolf and David Eubank, former US Army Ranger and founder of the Free Burma Rangers, will discuss the front lines of the battle against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, and will urge the Trump administration to continue help in that region.

To register, click here.

 


 

8TH WORLD CONGRESS FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM BY THE INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS LIBERTY ASSOCIATION

AUGUST 22-24, 2017, THE DIPLOMAT RESORT & SPA, HOLLYWOOD, FL

Hear internationally renowned scholars, public officials, religious leaders, and advocates in the field of religious freedom and peacemaking, including Brian Grim of the Religious Freedom and Business Foundation, and Knox Thames, Special Advisor for Religious Minorities in the Near East and South/Central Asia at the State Department.

Speakers also represent a broad range of faith traditions and some 20 different nationalities, and the broad range of breakout groups will be available in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French.

For more information, go to irla.org.

 


 

#RED WEDNESDAY BY AID TO THE CHURCH IN NEED

November 22, 2017, global

This global event to shine light on the persecuted church is a campaign that calls for respect and tolerance for people of faith and between different faith traditions. For more information, go to acnuk.org.

The 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative is empowering a global movement to advance religious freedom as a universal right through advocacy, capacity building and technology.