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World Hindu Federation, The Hague, Netherlands, Disaster Management, Hindu human rights

The World Hindu Federation is aiming to work for Hindu Human Rights worldwide.

Established in the year 2016, the main objective of World Hindu Federation is to build a network of Hindus globally and to be their voice. The President of World Hindu Federation (WHF) is Ajay Singh.

On November 4th, 2017, the group members met for the first time in The Hague, Netherlands.

The theme of the conference was “Humanity First” and The Hague, as per the press release, perfectly suited the theme, “since the city has a long history in the area of peace and justice. It houses the United Nations’ highest judicial organ, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) – the only UN organ not headquartered in New York.”

40 participants from 11 countries participated in this event. The key topic discussed was the ongoing violation of human rights of Hindu minorities in several countries.

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In the meeting, special attention was paid to the situation of minorities in Pakistan and Bangladesh and also on the existence and the rights of refugee Hindus from Myanmar.

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The positive contributions of Hindus to the world and to Peace were also discussed and it was reiterated that “Hinduism is an epitome of peace and inclusiveness. Its philosophy is founded on the basis of one World and one Humanity.”

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WHF has decided to establish a global disaster management squad, which will participate in any catastrophic event and the Hindu youth will be given roles in this platform.

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