Based in Washington D.C., our Advocacy department works to address current religious freedom issues on Capitol Hill and elsewhere. We are focused on building relationships with government officials who are positioned to assist persecuted believers through legislative efforts and policy development. We also collaborate with a wide array of human rights and religious freedom organizations in order to speak with a united voice on behalf of all who suffer for their faith in Jesus.
We also regularly conduct trips to visit countries where persecution is an issue, in order to document firsthand the impact of religious repression on individuals, communities and countries.
Get Involved in Advocacy
YOU can take action to help those who are persecuted through advocacy. Here are a few ways to get started:
- Sign-up to receive the monthly Advocacy Update email
This is sent on a monthly basis and includes stories from the field and advocacy blog posts, as well as opportunities to take action through signing petitions and writing to government officials.
- Stay informed by reading advocay update posts
Isaac Six serves as the Director of Advocacy at Open Doors USA. He is a regular contributor to the Open Doors USA blog, covering advocacy initiatives, campaigns and trips. Additionally, the Open Doors USA editorial team is committed to keeping you up to date with any way you can help pray and take action.
- Follow us on Twitter!
Stay up to date on advocacy for the persecuted church at twitter.com/ODAdvocacy and share/ retweet to those in your network.
- Write letters
Write letters to those who are in prison and other suffering believers who are in need of encouragement. Learn more on our letter writing page.