Category Archives: discrimination

Head of OSCE notes the information on violation of UOC believers’ rights

July 3, 2018. The OSCE head Thomas Greminger will consider the information provided by NGO Public Advocacy concerning violations of the rights of the UOC believers in Ukraine. The materials were also forwarded to the Director of the Office of the Democratic Institute and Human Rights (ODIHR), the OSCE Special Representative for Freedom of Media and the head of the […]

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Greek prime minister to initiate process of separation of Church from State

June 26, 2018.  Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras intends to initiate the process of separating the Greek Orthodox Church from the Greek state and revising the relevant article of the Greek constitution, reports Russian Athens with reference to the Greek paper Kathimerini. According to the Greek publication, within the next month Tsipras will present his plan for the revision of the constitution, including […]

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Radicals broadcasted provokations of the orthodox priests in Kiev-Pechersk Lavra

April 3, 2018. Representatives of the nationalist organization “S14″ said that they just “came to visit” and started provoking the priests. Several representatives of the nationalistic organization “S14″ were reporting live from the territory of the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, where, as they said for camera, they just “came to visit and look for separatists”. At 14:10 the radicals led by Yevgeny […]

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Georgian faithful outraged by condoms featuring St. Tamar on packaging

March 23, 2018. A group of politicians from the “Sakartvelos” party and faithful Georgian Orthodox Christians have addressed Georgian authorities, calling for a ban on condoms from the company “Aiisa” that feature blasphemous packaging. According to party chairman Giorgi Liluashvili, the company makes products with designs and labels that offend the personal, religious, and national sensibilities of the Georgian people, […]

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