Scholars, Human Rights Activists Discuss Tolerance and the Tai Ji Men Case

11/23/2021ALESSANDRO AMICARELLI A+ | A- A webinar asked why a movement internationally reputed for teaching tolerance became itself victim of intolerance. by Alessandro Amicarelli On November 15, 2021, on the eve of the International Day for Tolerance, CESNUR and Human Rights Without Frontiers co-organized one of the bi-monthly webinars on the Tai Ji Men case, with the … Read more

Scholars Explore Religious Intolerance in Taiwan, Tai Ji Men Case, at Sociology Conference

11/22/2021MARCO RESPINTI A+ | A- In Vilnius at the RC-22 meeting of the International Sociological Association transitional justice and violations of freedom of religion were discussed. by Marco Respinti The Research Committee on Sociology of Religion (RC-22) of the International Sociological Association held on November 11–14, 2021, in Vilnius, Lithuania, its mid-term conference, on the theme “Religion, … Read more

Scholars Discuss Transitional Justice, Tai Ji Men Case

09/20/2021ALESSANDRO AMICARELLI On International Day of Democracy, lecturers from different countries explained why the case is a test for Taiwan’s democratic transition. by Alessandro Amicarelli To celebrate the United Nations’ International Day of Democracy, CESNUR, the Center for Studies on New Religions, which is the parent organization of Bitter Winter, and Human Rights Without Frontiers organized … Read more

Dialogue and Respect to Solve the Tai Ji Men Case

05/28/2021  ALESSANDRO AMICARELLI An international webinar on May 24 examined different features of the administrative persecution of the Taiwanese movement. by Alessandro Amicarelli A view of the Webinar. The webinar “Dialogue, Diversity, and Freedom: Reacting to the Tai Ji Men Case” was organized by CESNUR and Human Rights Without Frontiers on May 24, 2021. This … Read more