Marking the International Day for Tolerance, the Observatory released its new report documenting more than 325 incidents of intolerance and discrimination against Christians across Europe during the year 2018.
Over 500 cases reported in 2016 and 2017 illustrating the range of hostilities Christians experience in their daily lives.
More than 180 Cases Reported in 2015 and a Focus on Christian Refugees in Europe
This report portrays the 150 most striking cases of intolerance against Christians in Europe in the year 2014, and presents the problem of militant equality laws.
241 individually documented cases of intolerance against Christians in Europe, as well as what individuals and institutions say about it.
A Short Guide to Understanding the International Organizations and the Opportunities for Engagement.
Legal restrictions affecting christians in Europe and the most striking cases of intolerance and discrimination throughout Europe in the year 2012.
How European "Hate Speech" Laws Are Threatening Freedom of Speech.
This report portrays the most important developments with regard to freedom of religion, the most striking cases of intolerance and discrimination throughout Europe.
The Observatory's Report on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians from 2005 to 2010 was released on Dec 10th, 2010, and sparked wide interest.
A memorandum to the RELIGARE Project, on religions, belonging, beliefs and secularism in Europe.
A GPS for Christians in Public Discourse