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Believers suffer for the ‘crime’ of being a Christian.

Today, while you read this, over 200 million Christians face persecution for what they believe, while a further 400 million Christians suffer non-trivial systematic discrimination and restrictions on their religious liberties.

The RELIGIOUS LIBERTY COMMISSION (RLC) is committed to make a difference, with all the help it can muster from concerned fellow Christians in Australia. It does this as the local arm of World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) RLC, which serves as a co-ordinating and networking team within the international advocacy community, on behalf of Christians persecuted for their faith. Through the RLC, WEA has observer status at the United Nations Commission on Human Rights. Research and development are key functions of the RLC.

Using the links to the right, you can subscribe to an authoritative weekly email update on issues of religious liberty, find out about the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church (IDOP), view previous Religious Liberty email postings, visit related links, and read recent news.

Don't just sit on the sidelines - get involved in prayer and advocacy for the rights of Christians around the world who suffer because of what they believe!

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