US: State Department to launch new human rights panel stressing 'natural law'

The Trump administration plans to launch a new panel to offer "fresh thinking” on international human rights and “natural law,” a move some activists fear is aimed at narrowing protections for women and members of the LGBT community.

France sees rise in conversion therapies to ‘cure’ homosexuality

The film "Boy Erased" highlights controversial conversion therapies in the United States, which attempt to change homosexual children to heterosexual. This practice is surprisingly common in France.

HRC Releases New “Coming Home” Faith Guide for LGBTQ Evangelical Christians

The HRC Foundation’s Coming Home series is designed to help LGBTQ people live fully in their sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, and live fully in their religious, spiritual and cultural traditions.

Canada: Law societies can deny accreditation to B.C. evangelical university’s law school graduates

Because the school portrayed the covenant not as necessary to its students’ religious belief, but merely to an optimal Christian learning environment, five judges said the limit on religious freedom was minor.