Founded in 1900 | The World's First Inter-faith Organization!
The International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) is an NGO founded in Boston, USA in the year 1900 as an organization to bring together people “striving to unite Pure Religion and Perfect Liberty”. Historically, IARF is the first interfaith harmony and peace promoting organization in the world.
IARF affirms the Right to Freedom of Religion and Belief. Openness to the many diverse expressions of faith in the world is at the heart of the IARF and its works. IARF encourages religious practices. It is committed to open enquiring, respect for the Human Dignity of others and reverence for life. It resists religious intolerance.read more
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IARF SACC Board Meeting held at Chennai on 15th March 2015. The meeting commenced by 10...read more...
The Catholic Bishops Conference of India President HE Cardinal Mar Cleemis inaugurated the Peace ...read more...
IARF India Chapter, Tirunelveli Branch in association with Little Flower Matriculation Higher Sec...read more...
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- Report of Human Rights Day Program held at Tirunelveli, Tamilnadu on 10th December 2014.
- Report on Human Rights Day program held at Quaide Milleth College for Men, Medavakkam, Chennai
- Report on Exhibition on Tolerance, Understanding, Coexistence: Omanâ
- Christmas Message to Christians and Muslims
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- Human Rights Education Project in India_Fourth & Fifth Phase Report (2011 September-2013 October)
- Report on Dr. Thomas Mathew's Participation at UUA General Assembly (June 19-23, 2013) at Kentucky, USA.
- International Religious Freedom Report for 2012
- SACC-RFYN Meeting with UN Special Rapporteur at Chennai, India (April 2013)_Report
- SACC Annual Report 2012-13
- Plan of Action for the Second Phase (2010–2014) Of the World Programme for Human Rights Education
- Articles for a New IARF book requested (28 January 2013). Read more...
- RFYN Interfaith Peace Rally Report (23 January 2013)