Disney and A&E History Channel Asked Not to Spread Weird Conspiracy Theories

Disney and A&E History Channel Asked Not to Spread Weird Conspiracy Theories

Eleven NGOs and academic research centers specialized in human rights and religious liberty, two of them with special consultative status at the United Nations’ Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) wrote on October 28, 2020 to Disney CEO Bob Chapek, protesting an episode on A&E’s History Channel, part of its program “America’s Book of Secrets,” entitled “Cults, Hate Groups, and Secret Societies.” Disney is the co-owner of the A&E Networks, which in turn owns the History Channel.

Scientology v. France Télévisions

The France Télévisions Company must pay the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre 6,000 euros for costs and damages and compensation for having undermined the group’s presumption of innocence.

Religious Discrimination in France: report 2011

 Introduction  International human rights organizations have warned that the French government has retreated from its mandate toward respecting religious pluralism.  In spite of the principles of non-discrimination and equal treatment, the French government has...
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