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GHF Activism

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Activism consists of efforts to promote, impede, direct, or intervene in social, political, economic, or environmental reform with the desire to make changes in society toward a perceived greater good.


Activism is action on behalf of a cause, action that goes beyond what is conventional or routine. The action might be door-to-door canvassing, alternative radio, public meetings, rallies, or even fasting. The cause might be Hindu property rights, opposition to a meat factory, or even world peace.

Activism has played a major role in ending the illegal occupation of India, of slavery, challenging dictatorships, protecting workers from exploitation, protecting the environment, promoting equality for women, opposing racism, and many other of the greatest and most important issues.

BUT, Activism can also be used for aims such as attacking minorities or promoting war. Activism has been present throughout history, in every sort of political system. Yet it has never received the same sort of attention from Hindus in the 20th Century. historians as conventional politics, with its attention to rulers, wars, elections, and empires. Activists are typically challengers to policies and practices, trying to achieve a social goal, not to obtain power themselves and much activism operates behind the scenes.

There are many varieties of activism, from the face-to-face conversations to massive protests, from principled behavior to the unscrupulous, from polite requests to objectionable interference, and from peaceful protests to violent attacks. Activism is not well defined, so different people often have somewhat different ideas of what constitutes activism.Activism is not necessarily a good thing or a bad thing. It all depends on the cause and the actions, and a person's judgment of what is worthwhile. One person might say that a protest is a valuable defense of freedom and another person might say that it is a dangerous attack on human rights.

One thing is crystal clear and that is that if Sanatan Dharma is to move from "survival to revival to thrival", Hindus GLOBALLY need effective co-ordinated activism and thats where GHF comes in.

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GHF Donation

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Thank you for considering the possibility of supporting GHF with a Donation. As we are sure you are aware, advocacy, research and lobbying are extremely expensive, highly skilled activities and at present we are fully volunteer supported. It is the support of highly committed volunteers and donors which allows us to do the vital work which we have undertaken. No matter how small or large, your donation provides us with "financial fuel" and also importantly, with encouragement and we receive it as a blessing - thank you.

There are presently two ways in which you can support us with a donation, by Bank Transfer or by Paypal and of the two methods available, the direct transfer method is of greater benefit for us in that we incur less charges and receive your kind donation much sooner. With banking apps on our phones, this process is the one which most of our donors will be using. The Paypal method has the advantage that you can use debit or credit cards to make your donation and if you already have a Paypal account, this method may be more convenient for you and this too is fine.

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Thank you for your interest and support - and most importantly for your encouragement and participation. The world has never needed a Dharmic Vision and Dharmic Voice like it does now and only the dharmic communities can make this contribution, this seva to all life on the earth.


Offline Bank Transfer

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Thank you for choosing the offline Bank transfer method of paying for your membership or making a donation.

You can make a bank transfer directly to us in British (GBP), US (USD) or Euros (EUR) - We prefer this method of donation/payment because we incur the least charges and it is quick. You will need to access your own Bank Account App/Online Banking service and setup and execute the payment there using the payee bank details below.

We use the amazing TransferWise for our international Banking and our various bank account details are as follows:-

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 Or if you are in the UK sending British Pounds, please use the following details:

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Thank you for your interest and support - and most importantly for your encouragement and participation. The world has never needed a Dharmic Vision and Voice like it does now and only the dharmic communities can make this contribution, this seva to all life on the earth.


GDPR Disclaimer

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We are committed to the principles inherent in the GDPR and particularly to the concepts of privacy by design, the right to be forgotten, consent and a risk-based approach. In addition, we aim to ensure:

  • Transparency with regard to the use of data.
  • That any processing is lawful, fair, transparent and necessary for a specific purpose.
  • That data is accurate, kept up to date and removed when no longer necessary.
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GHF Advocacy

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What is advocacy?

We all know how frustrating it can be when people aren't listening to us. Unfortunately, being immigrants can sometimes mean it's even harder to have our opinions and ideas taken seriously by others. This can be very difficult to deal with, especially when you need to communicate often with parliamentatrians, statutory authorities, health and social care professionals.

We have seen time and time again how our rights have been denied to us, how the boundaries which serve as protection are eroded and acts if intellectual, emotional and physical violence inflicted, seemingly without legal or moral restitution. These are sysmptoms of Advocacy failure. We Hindus exist in a world where adversarial advocacy often wins the day, not moral or ethical right. 

Time and time again we find that "they" don't always offer us the opportunities and choices we have a right to expect, and its the default assumption of non-hindu power nbases to assume that Hindus dont matter.

At GHF we recognise that this must change, on a global level and that is the level at which we seelk to make alliances and act for change.


What does an advocate do?

The role of an advocate depends on any situation and the support we need or want. But they are there to support our choices.

As an Hindu member of our GHF family we can:

  • listen to your views and concerns
  • help explore our options and rights
  • provide information to help make informed decisions
  • help contact relevant people
  • initiate campaigns
  • arrange meetings and events.

Success depends upon numbers, so please do consider joining us.