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U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Annual Report 2010

U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Annual Report 2010

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Annual Report of the
 
United States Commission on International Religious Freedom
 
May 2010
(Covering April 1, 2009
March 31, 2010)
  
Commissioners
 Leonard A. Leo
Chair (July 2009 – June 2010)
 Felice D. Gaer 
Chair (July 2008 – June 2009) 
Michael CromartieDr. Elizabeth H. Prodromou
Vice Chairs(July 2008 – June 2010)
  Dr. Don ArgueImam Talal Y. EidFelice D. Gaer Dr. Richard D. LandNina Shea  Ambassador Jackie Wolcott
Executive Director 
 
Professional Staff 
 Tom Carter, Director of CommunicationsWalter G. DeSocio, General CounselDavid Dettoni, Director of Operations and OutreachJudith E. Golub, Director of Government RelationsCarmelita Hines, Director of AdministrationKnox Thames, Director of Policy and Research Dwight Bashir, Deputy Director for Policy and ResearchElizabeth K. Cassidy, Deputy Director for Policy and ResearchCatherine Cosman, Senior Policy AnalystDeborah DuCre, ReceptionistScott Flipse, Senior Policy AnalystYuna Jacobson, Associate Director for Government RelationsTiffany Lynch, Policy AnalystJacqueline A. Mitchell, Executive AssistantMuthulakshmi Anu Narasimhan, Communications SpecialistStephen R. Snow, Senior Policy Analyst     
Front Cover: URUMQI, China, July 7, 2009 – A Uighur Muslim woman stands courageously beforeChinese riot police sent to quell demonstrations by thousands of Uighurs calling for the government torespect their human rights.  The Uighurs are a minority Muslim group in the autonomous Xinjiang Uighur region.  Chinese government efforts to put down the ethnic and religious protest resulted in more than 150dead and hundreds of arrests.  (Photo by Guang Niu/Getty Images) Back Cover:  JUBA, Southern Sudan, April 10, 2010 – School children participate in a prayer service onthe eve of Sudan’s first national elections in more than two decades.  Those elections are called for under the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between North and South Sudan, the full implementation of whichis widely believed to be essential to averting another bloody civil war marked by sectarian strife.Although the elections were deeply flawed, many Southern Sudanese saw them as a necessary milestoneon the road to a January 2011 referendum on Southern Sudan's political future--the final major step in thepeace agreement.   (Photo by Jerome Delay/Associated Press)
    U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom800 North Capitol Street, NW, Suite 790Washington, DC 20002202-523-3240, 202-523-5020 (fax)
www.uscirf.gov

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