Christian Solidarity Worldwide

Mubarak Bala. Credit: CSW

Christian Entity Rallying for Protests against Harsh Sentencing of Nigerian Activist

Apr 27, 2022

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), a UK-based human rights agency, is appealing to people who support the right to freedoms of expression and religion to participate in an ongoing protest against what the entity has referred to as a harsh sentencing of an activist in Nigeria.

Mubarak Bala. Credit: CSW

Christian Entity Denounces Sentencing of Nigerian Activist, Says “excessively punitive”

Apr 9, 2022

A High Court in Nigeria’s Kano State has sentenced the president of the Nigerian Humanist Society to 24 years behind bars on blasphemy charges, a decision that Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) has described as a “gross violation” of the right to the freedoms of expression.

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Christian Foundation “deeply concerned” about Sentencing of Vocal Egyptian Lawyer

Nov 27, 2021

The leadership of Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) is “deeply concerned” about the sentencing of Ahmad Abdou Maher, an Egyptian lawyer and Muslim reformist thinker, who has been vocal in his criticism of the restrictions placed on the freedom of religion in his country. 

Bethel High School in Nigeria's Kaduna State where around 140 students and staff were abducted on 5 July 2021/Credit: Public Domain / Public Domain

UK-Based Religious Entity Faults Closure of Christian Schools in Nigeria amid Abductions

Jul 8, 2021

The leadership of Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), a UK-based human rights organization that works in areas experiencing religious persecution, has faulted closure of schools in Nigeria, most of them Christian educational facilities in the wake of attacks and abductions that target learning institutions in Kaduna State, in Northern Nigeria.

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UK-Based Religious Entity Calls for Justice for Christian Advocate Attacked in Sudan

Jul 7, 2021

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), a UK-based human rights organization, which specializes in religious freedom all over the world, is calling for a speedy investigation into the attack on a Christian activist in Sudan by unknown assailants.