Introducing the Religious Freedom Data Spectrum

Join us to explore an exciting new way to assess religious freedom around the world

Religious Freedom Data Spectrum

Join the Loeb Institute, 21Wilberforce, and Genocide Watch as we introduce the Religious Freedom Data Spectrum, a new initiative that collects, maps, and connects diverse religious freedom data. Demonstrating in one place the diversity of information undermines narratives that religious freedom is the concern of just a single religion or single ideology. Bringing together and mapping these data will provide for more interaction of data sets by NGOs, policy makers, and legislators looking for quick access to data for reports, regulations, papers, and legislation.