The Somali Christian Development Network (SOCDEN) thrilled to join to day so many civil society organizations who are remarking the World Human Rights Day as is observed by the international community every year on 10 December. It commemorates the day in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly and it was adopted it as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
SOCDEN Initiative is an NGO that aims to assist Christians and non- Christian communities in across Somali speaking region but realize Christian values, such as non-violence, unconditional love and mutual respect, and forgiveness, irrespectively of their creed, race, ethnic origin, social and political affiliation and nationality through their leaders. It needs to empower Christians and Non-Christians to participate in the public arena though we believe some issues remain foremost such as how can Christians faithfully hold to God’s truth as revealed in Christ and the Word of God, while also making sure we are wise, respectful, and compassionate in how we express God’s truth, especially in a society which shows increasingly less tolerance for Christian perspectives?
As well as how can our society carefully and fairly protect the freedoms and belief and expression (and freedoms from discrimination) of all faith communities, and of those of no faith?
Somalia is still remaining the most dangerous place to live as Christian and work freely but starting from the year 2022 we will obtain God’s hope for peace harmony in Somalia.
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Very inspiring and true.