The Foreign Office responds in Parliament to questions raised by Open Doors report!
The April 16 Westminster Hall adjournment debate addressed key issues on the persecution of Christians. Foreign Office Minister David Lidington noted that there was a large number of MPs present - that's undoubtedly down to the nearly 2000 Open Doors supporters who alerted their own MPs to the debate! Thank you so much to those who made that important contribution to this campaign!
Use your freedom
Raise your voice to influence those with political power, to bring about positive change for our brothers and sisters in Christ. Freedom is precious! Let's use it to strengthen persecuted Christians.
Campaigning: you can make a difference
In 2010, over 400,000 people from more than 70 different countries signed an Open Doors petition to say YES to Freedom of Religion and NO to the concept of defamation of religions. In 2011, for the first time for many years there was NO resolution on defamation of religions proposed at the United Nations General Assembly. Open Doors celebrates this news from New York as a wonderful vindication of their 2010 Right to Believe campaign.To contact our Advocacy Team for more information about Open Doors advocacy campaigns, please email email@example.com