PLEASE JOIN US ON September 26, 2019 

Sindhi Foundation would like to invite you to attend the program "Daughters Gone Forever" Religious Persecution: Forced Conversions of Sindhi Hindu Girls. It will be held in New York during the United Nation’s General Assembly. 

 

Forced marriages and forced conversions of Sindhi Hindu girls continue to take place. It has been estimated that more than one thousand girls ages 11-28 are abducted and forcibly married off to a Muslim man in order to convert them to Islam. The men are few decades older and already married in most cases. 

 

The program will be on September 26th from 2:00pm- 4:00pm at St. Bartholomew's Church. 


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  • To build bridges between Sindhi people and the international community through public diplomacy, scholarship, research, defending human rights, media, education, person-to-person contact, culture, art, literary and education events, exchange programs, conferences,  Sufi melas (festivals), media arts, studies, fellowships, participation and partnerships among government and civil society sectors.

  • To strengthen and promote inter-racial, inter-religious, inter-faith, and inter-cultural harmony among Sindhis and the rest of the global community.

  • To bring a social change and promote openness and freedom of thought and expression among Sindhi people and Sindhi society, especially through empowerment of women, religious and sexual minorities, marginalized communities, and persecuted scholars, academics, civil society to retrieve original Sufi Sindhi discourse.


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Sindhi Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; Federal Tax Identification Number: 47-3433493. Donations to Sindhi Foundation are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable under the law.