In this second episode of the Didomi podcast, Michael Mutzner (https://twitter.com/michaelmutzner), Permanent Representative of the World Evangelical Alliance (https://un.worldea.org) to the United Nations in Geneva, shares on the French draft law in support of Republican Values that will be debated in the French parliament early December, and the impact it may have on religious minorities. Arie de Pater (https://twitter.com/ariedep), Brussels representative of the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA), shares on migration and asylum at the EU level and the contribution of the EEA to the debate. Marc Jost (https://twitter.com/marcjost), General Secretary of the Swiss Evangelical Alliance and Chair of Interaction Christian Evangelical NGOs platform, shares on the churches’ involvement in the Swiss Responsible Business Initiative and their support for corporate human rights accountability. On 29 November, the Swiss will vote on whether to allow for holding Swiss multinational companies accountable for human rights violations.
This episode is co-hosted by Wissam al-Saliby (https://twitter.com/walsaliby), Advocacy Officer of the World Evangelical Alliance, and Michael Mutzner. We appreciate your feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com). Music was generously provided by artist C4C.
For more information on the topics of our episode:
The French Evangelical Alliance’s commentary on the draft law strengthening “Republican Values” in France (https://www.lecnef.org/articles/64799-projet-de-loi-confortant-les-principes-republicains) [In French]
European Evangelical Alliance’s the Refugee Campaign (https://www.europeanea.org/the-refugee-campaign/)
European Evangelical Alliance’s updated policy positions on the asylum crisis (http://www.eearefugees.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Europe%C2%B4s-refugee-crisis_EEAPolicyPositions_final.pdf) (PDF)
The Swiss Responsible Business Initiative (https://corporatejustice.ch/about-the-initiative/)