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Promoters of Freedom         
Promoters of Freedom (Promotori della Libertà) was an official grassroots organisation within The People of Freedom, a political party in Italy.
Freedom of thought         
  • Bronze statue of [[Giordano Bruno]] in [[Rome]]
FREEDOM OF AN INDIVIDUAL TO HOLD OR CONSIDER A FACT, VIEWPOINT, OR THOUGHT, INDEPENDENT OF OTHERS' VIEWPOINTS
Freedom of conscience; Political opinions; Freedom of thinking; Liberty of conscience; Freedom of Conscience; User:Srooke; Believe freely; Freedom of Thought; History of freedom of thought
Freedom of thought (also called freedom of conscience) is the freedom of an individual to hold or consider a fact, viewpoint, or thought, independent of others' viewpoints.
Freedom of religion         
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  • Nineteenth century allegorical statue on the [[Congress Column]] in Belgium depicting religious freedom
  • menorah]] coexist in [[Oxford]], Oxfordshire, England
  • The ''[[Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen]]'' (1789) guarantees freedom of religion, as long as religious activities do not infringe on public order in ways detrimental to society.
  • Original act of the [[Warsaw Confederation]] 1573. The beginning of religious freedom in the [[Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth]]
  • Declaration, by Ferenc Dávid of Religious and Conscience Freedom in the Diet of Torda in 1568, painting by [[Aladár Körösfői-Kriesch]]
  • Women detained at Western Wall for wearing prayer shawls; photo from [[Women of the Wall]]
  • [[Minerva]] as a symbol of enlightened wisdom protects the believers of all religions ([[Daniel Chodowiecki]], 1791)
  • Legal opinion on apostasy by the [[Fatwa]] committee at [[Al-Azhar University]] in [[Cairo]], the highest Islamic institution in the world, concerning the case of a man who converted to Christianity: "Since he left Islam, he will be invited to express his regret. If he does not regret, he will be killed pertaining to rights and obligations of the Islamic law."
  • A U.S. postage stamp commemorating religious freedom and the [[Flushing Remonstrance]]
  • Freedom of religion by country (Pew Research Center study, 2009). Light yellow: low restriction; red: very high restriction on freedom of religion.
  • Oscar Straus]] Memorial in Washington, D.C. honoring the right to worship
HUMAN RIGHT TO PRACTICE, OR NOT, A RELIGION WITHOUT CONFLICT FROM GOVERNING POWERS
Religious freedom; Freedom of religon; Freedom of religious worship; Freedom of Religion; Freedom of worship; Freedom of religious expression; Religious liberty; International Religious Freedom; Free religion; Freedom of religion and belief; Religious liberties; Freedom of belief; Freedom to Worship; Religious equality; Religious freedoms; Freedom of faith; Freedom of religious practice; Freedom to worship; Free exercise of religion; Freedom of Worship; Religious rights; Right of free worship; Religious Liberty; Liberty, Religious; Confessional liberty; Freedom of religion in the Muslim world; Islam and religious freedom; Religious Freedom; Freedom from religion (secular law); History of religious freedom
Freedom of religion or religious liberty is a principle that supports the freedom of an individual or community, in public or private, to manifest religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship, and observance. It also includes the freedom to change one's religion or beliefs, "the right not to profess any religion or belief"United Nations Human Rights Committee General Comment No.