Conference of Hope for Universal Human Rights and Religious

Conference of Hope for Universal Human Rights and Religious




Conference of Hope for Universal Human Rights

and freedom of religion

In the face of attacks on religious freedom in China, Japan, the Middle East and elsewhere, The Washington Times Foundation and Think Tank 2022 call the one Conference of Hope for Universal Human Rights and Religious Freedom.

The conference will highlight human rights issues around the world as part of the Washington Times Foundation’s missions think tank 2022, an initiative to reunify the Korean Peninsula to promote peace and security around the world – and particularly in the Korean Peninsula and the Pacific Rim.

The conference will be streamed live from South Korea simultaneously in time zones around the world. In the United States, it begins on Friday, November 11, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. EST and 4:30 p.m. PST.

A highlight of the conference will be the introduction and farewell to one Declaration on the Universal Value of Religious Freedom. “We call on all people around the world to stand firm against all forms of religious intolerance, prejudice, slander and hatred,” concludes the statement, which is signed by officials from Korea, Japan and numerous countries.

The keynote speakers at the conference will underscore the importance of universal human rights and religious freedom at a time when many adherents of the world’s major and minor religions face persecution, intolerance, discrimination and violence in many countries.

Distinguished keynote speakers include:

  • Pastor Paula White-CainSenior Pastor, City of Destiny Church, USA
  • Mr. Massimo IntrovigneFounder and Executive Director, Center for Studies on New Religions, Italy
  • bishop dr Great GreeceBishop Emeritus of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land
  • Hon. New GingrichUS Speaker of the House of Representatives (1995-1999)
  • dr AS Young-ho YunChairman, Conference of Hope…

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