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Celebrating Courageous Minds: Nominations Open for Freethinker of the Year 2023

2 mn read As we traverse through an era where voices of reason and critical thinking are both celebrated and challenged, Freethinkers International is proud to announce the commencement of nominations for the esteemed “Freethinker of the Year 2023” award. This accolade is not just a recognition but a celebration of those brave individuals who dare to question, […]

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Nominee Freethinker of the year 2024: Masih Alinejad – A Voice of Courage

3 mn read Who is Masih Alinejad? Masih Alinejad, an Iranian-American journalist and activist, is a prominent figure advocating for women’s rights, particularly against compulsory hijab laws in Iran. Living in exile in the US, she’s known for her unwavering commitment to human rights and freedom of expression. Achievements Alinejad has been instrumental in raising international awareness about […]

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Black Friday with a Purpose: Empower Persecuted Freethinkers

2 mn read As the Black Friday curtains rise, revealing a stage set for the annual shopping extravaganza, we invite you to pause for a moment. Imagine a world where your savings could transform lives, where your deals could deal hope to those in dire need. This Black Friday, consider extending a hand to those whose freedoms are […]

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Help Ahmed, a Persecuted LGBTQ+ Activist from Uganda, and his 6-year-old son Heal and Reunite

9 mn read As an LGBTQ activist in Uganda, Elijah has been tortured and sexually abused by the police, persecuted bij family members. His shop and house have been set on fire and he had to flee the country leaving his adorable children behind. He is in a Rwandan hospital now, where he can not leave if he doesn t pay the bills. Elijah wishes to embrace once again his two little children. He needs your help to get the medications he needs and safely return to his home.

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Protecting the Vulnerable: Eradicating the Almajiri Crisis in Northern Nigeria

2 mn read The Almajiri children, left to fend for themselves, survive by begging for food and shelter. They face societal rejection, insults, physical violence, and sexual abuse. Some children, if they survive to adulthood, may become involved in criminal activities, contributing to social tensions.

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