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The educational abilities of a Raelian woman are officially recognized in Belgium after 10 years of harassment by the government authorities. After being harassed and denounced to the SAJ (Youth Welfare Service) seven years ago by her mother, citing her...
Mr Rudy SALLES is a member of the French National Assembly, a member of the EPP Group (European People’s Party) and Rapporteur to the Committee on Legal Affairs and Human Rights. In March 2014, Mr. Salles submitted a report...
A Raelian woman from Ivory Coast, married to a man from the Valais and living in Switzerland since 2006, was discriminated against and strongly discouraged by the Federal Office for Migration from acquiring the Swiss citizenship. Press release from the...
On January 16, 2004, Senator Alain Destexhe asked a written question on the European Raelian Movement to the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior about the legality and harmlessness of the Raelian Movement. This question is numbered 3-4143. The...
  Inès Wouters is a lawyer at the Brussels Bar, specialising in the field of religious, philosophical and economic freedom law.   1. Introduction Belgium recognises the principle of freedom of religion. 2. The "recognition" of religions: a funding focus 3. Lack of definition of...