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Enforced disappearance has frequently been used as a strategy to spread terror within the society. The feeling of insecurity generated by this practice is not limited to the close relatives of the disappeared, but also affects their communities and society as a whole.
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Our Mission

  • 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.


Contact
700 7th Street SW #205
Washington, DC 20024
info@sindhifoundation.org
202-378-0333

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.