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John Kerry, Secretary of State

John Kerry, Secretary of State

International Religious Freedom Report    

>>2013

Secretary Kerry's Remarks on the Release of the International Religious Freedom Report

Washington, DC
May 20, 2013

SECRETARY KERRY: Thank you, Jen. Thank you very much. Good morning, everybody. How are you?
Well, thanks for being here today for the release of the 2012 International Religious Freedom Report. I am pleased to be here with our Ambassador-at-Large, Suzan Johnson Cook, and I want to thank her and her entire cohort here for their terrific work in helping to put this together. She is doing – they are doing a superb job of advancing religious freedom abroad. [Full Text]

- Republic of Korea Report (PDF – 33.8KB)
- North Korea (DPRK) Report (PDF – 55.1KB)
- Executive Summary (PDF – 111KB)
- Overview and Acknowledgements (PDF – 26.0KB)
- Full Report   

 

Related Material:

- Fact Sheet: U.S. Policy and Programs in Support of International Religious Freedom

- Special Briefing: Release of the 2012 International Religious Freedom Report (By, Suzan Johnson Cook, Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, May 20, 2013)

 

 

 

 

 
Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State

International Religious Freedom Report  

Secretary Clinton’s Remarks at the Release of the 2011 International Religious Freedom Report

Hillary Rodham Clinton
Secretary of State
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Washington, DC
July 30, 2012

SECRETARY CLINTON: Well, thank you very much, and it’s indeed a pleasure to join you here today to talk about an issue that shapes the lives of people worldwide as much as any other, religious freedom. And I want to thank Jessica Matthews not just for that introduction, but more importantly for her service of many years, but in particular her leadership as the president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. [Full Text]

- Republic of Korea Report (PDF – 265 KB)
- North Korea (DPRK) Report (PDF – 300 KB)
- Full Report
- Executive Summary (PDF – 305KB)
- Overview and Acknowledgements (PDF – 259KB)

 

Related Material

Briefing on the Release of the 2011 International Religious Freedom Report
(by Suzan Johnson Cook, Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, July 30, 2012) 

 
Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State

Hillary Rodham Clinton, Secretary of State

International Religious Freedom Report  

>>2011 

July-December, 2010 International Religious Freedom Report 

Secretary Clinton's Remarks: Remarks at the Release of the 13th Annual Report on International Religious Freedom

Hillary Rodham Clinton
Secretary of State  

Washington, DC
September 13, 2011

SECRETARY CLINTON: Good morning, everyone. Here with me today are Michael Posner, our Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, Suzan Johnson Cook, our Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, and members of their teams. They will brief you on our efforts to promote religious freedom and will take your questions afterwards. [Full Text]

- Republic of Korea Report (PDF – 20.5KB)
- North Korea (DPRK) Report (PDF – 58.8KB)
- Preface (PDF - 76.2KB)
- Introduction (PDF - 212KB)

Related Material

-09/13/11  Remarks on the International Religious Freedom Report;  Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom Suzan Johnson Cook; Washington, DC
-09/13/11  Remarks on the Release of the International Religious Freedom Report;  Assistant Secretary Michael H. Posner, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor; Washington, DC  

 
Secretary Clinton

Secretary Clinton

International Religious Freedom Report

>>2010

Secretary Clinton's Remarks: Release of the 2010 International Religious Freedom Report

U.S. Department of State
Washington, DC
November 17, 2010

SECRETARY CLINTON: Good afternoon. It’s my pleasure to join you today for the release of the State Department’s Annual Report on International Religious Freedom. Every year, the State Department prepares a comprehensive review of the status of religious freedom in countries and territories around the world. We do this because we believe that religious freedom is both a fundamental human right and an essential element to any stable, peaceful, thriving society. [More]

 

- Republic of Korea Report
- North Korea (DPRK) Report
- Reports by Countries
- Preface
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Introduction
- Executive Summary

 

 

 

                                                              

International Religious Freedom Report

>> 2009

REPORT ON INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS FREEDOM



The International Religious Freedom report is submitted to Congress annually by the Department of State in compliance with Section 102(b) of the International Religious Freedom Act (IRFA) of 1998. This report supplements the most recent Human Rights Reports by providing additional detailed information with respect to matters involving international religious freedom. It includes individual country chapters on the status of religious freedom worldwide.
 


Hillary Rodham Clinton
Secretary of State
Washington, DC
October 26, 2009


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         - 2008 Preface
         - 2008 Executive Summary
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2008 Introduction
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Korea, Republic of
         - Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
         - Full Report
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Secretary Rice Remarks on Annual Report on International Religious Freedom


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