Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance
To provide easy-to-understand human rights education to adults
and children so that they are able to grasp what fundamental
human rights are as aligned with the United
Nations Universal Declaration on Human Rights.
To effectively combat violations of human rights, focusing
on the issues of children and religious freedom.
To effectively carry out projects that address and help restore
human rights and freedoms.
To create an expanding base of support by uniting like-minded
people and groups of good faith and goodwill, so that they
may stand as one to defend the rights of all.
Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance United Kingdom
a non-profit, association, established to increase awareness
of the vital importance of human rights and to promote human
rights internationally. It carries out projects to defend
and restore rights and freedoms by uniting like-minded people
and groups of faith and goodwill.
Foundation is non-political
and does not take part in litigation, but works peacefully
with those concerned to restore basic rights. Its members
are ethical persons who share a determination to establish
or restore basic human rights in every country in the world.
Foundation is supported
solely through memberships and donations. Its members volunteer
their time and efforts. Foundation members include people
of many faiths and political persuasions -- like-minded individuals,
groups, and organizations who support human rights and freedoms.
each of us shares an individual responsibility to ensure that
others are able to pursue their lives in peace, free from
racial, religious, economic, social, or political repression
of any kind.
Foundation strongly believes
that duly elected governments share the profound responsibility
to set examples of human rights and tolerance in their own
countries, and to speak out effectively to redress human rights
abuses wherever they occur. The
Foundation holds that it is unnacceptable for any government
to ostracize individuals because of their race, religion,
creed, or color, or to foster suspicion, mistrust and conflict
among its citizens. Inciting hatred of one citizen for another
violates the United Nations Universal
Declaration on Human Rights, which states:
has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. This
right includes freedom to change his religion or belief,
and freedom, either alone or in community with others and
in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief
in teaching, practice, worship and observance."
a summary of our activities, see History
and background of the Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance