AHO Charter

The AHO Charter

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Mission Statement

The AHO exists to promote and defend the religious and civil liberties of British Hindus, by engaging with Government, media and wider British society.

About Us

The AHO aims to serve the needs of British Hindus by communicating British Hindu opinion to Government and policy makers, empowering Hindus and Hindu organisations to engage directly with the political process and play a participatory role in public life, conducting media campaigns, and initiating partnerships and unity within the British Hindu community.

The duties of the Secretariat are central to the AHO's ability to represent efficiently and effectively. The Secretariat are a group of young British Hindus who bring together skills from across the community and are passionate about promoting and protecting the rights of all British Hindus.

Aims and Objectives

  1. To work towards a better understanding of British Hindus and British Hindu issues in the wider society.
  2. To promote and protect the rights of British Hindus.
  3. To promote partnerships and unity within the British Hindu community.
  4. To establish a position for the British Hindu community that is reflective of its interests and aspirations in the wider society.
  5. To work for the good of British society as a whole.
  6. To provide a platform of engagement for national umbrella bodies and communities from which consolidated opinions are provided to Government, media and wider British society.

Charter

By partnering with the AHO, your organisation is committing to the following:

  1. To work with the AHO towards a better understanding of British Hindus and British Hindu issues in the wider society.
  2. To work with the AHO to promote and protect the rights of British Hindus.
  3. To work with the AHO to promote partnerships and unity within the British Hindu community.
  4. To work with the AHO to establish a position for the British Hindu community that is reflective of its interests and aspirations in the wider society.
  5. To work with the AHO to work for the good of British society as a whole.
  6. To engage with other British Hindu organisations in a cross-sampradayic manner.
  7. To escalate issues that your members feel are important for promoting and protecting the rights, interests and aspirations of British Hindus to the AHO; and to understand that the AHO will aim to fulfil its Mission Statement in addressing these issues if there is recognition among AHO's member organisations that this issue is one for escalation to the AHO.
  8. To communicate the messages and progress of the AHO to your grassroots members, and help the AHO flourish in delivering its Mission Statement.
  9. To exhibit good practice, be law abiding and following your own constitution and protocols.

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