Freedom of education
- United States of America. Republicans in the federal Congress are advancing a bill that aims to ban – or at least prevent funding with taxpayer money – school courses and textbooks that promote “cancel culture.”
- Victory of parents’ associations that oppose the ideological rewriting of national history in the elections for the renewal of school councils.
Freedom and religion
- United States of America. The Catholic League details President Joe Biden’s departures from Catholic doctrine: there are as many as 32 violations of the Catechism.
- Wisconsin Supreme Court has recognized undeniable rights of a Catholic school.
- Scotland. Edinburgh City Council has been convicted of banning religious assemblies, and had to compensate some evangelical preachers.
- Eritrea. The bishops denounce the government’s attempt to expropriate Christian hospitals and schools.
- Various international associations and foundations are asking the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights not to discriminate against candidates for international office because of their Christian faith.
- UK. Simon Fanshawe, one of the founders of Stonewall, the famous LGBT+ charity, denounces intolerance towards males and females and threats to lawyers defending the biological nature of humans, while uncovering disturbing messages spread in schools in favor of the ideology of transsexualism. The evangelical organization Christian Concern is calling for a public inquiry.
- Spain. The Supreme Court has recognized that the country’s Christian television networks, condemned by the government, may broadcast programs that, on the subject of sexuality, defend human biological nature.
- Australia. Justice Minister Michaelia Cash and Linda Reynolds, head of the disability department, are calling on the government to intervene and put a stop to treatments that imply the use of puberty blockers for young people.