Category:International Religious Freedom Roundtable
|“||The IRF Roundtable is an informal group of individuals from non-governmental organizations who gather regularly to discuss IRF issues on a non-attribution basis. It is simply a safe space where participants gather, speak freely in sharing ideas and information, and propose joint advocacy actions to address specific IRF issues and problems. In response to various participant-led initiatives regarding the protection and promotion of freedom of religion, conscience, and belief in the U.S. and abroad, all participants have the opportunity to self-select into coalitions of the willing.||”|
The International Religious Freedom Roundtable was started in 2012 by Scientology member and lobbyist Greg Mitchell. According to their purpose statement, they hold bi-monthly meetings and an annual event to further the goals of making religious freedom a more important part of US foreign policy and national security.
- Mitchell, Greg. "International Religious Freedom Roundtable." The Mitchell Firm. N.p., 2012. Web. 21 Aug. 2016.
- The Mitchell Firm. "International Religious Freedom Roundtable Purpose Statement." American Islamic Congress. N.p., May 2012. Web. 21 Aug. 2016.
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Pages in category "International Religious Freedom Roundtable"
The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.
- Blog: Church of Scientology International - Lobbying in Washington D.C. - 2014-05-11
- Church of Scientology lobbied the White House - 2013-12-04