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Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations Holdeen India Program

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Purpose and Activities

The Unitarian Universalist Holdeen India Program (UUHIP) works with key leaders and organizations of India's most marginalized and disadvantaged peoples in their struggle to secure human rights and economic and social justice. The program focuses on those peoples excluded or oppressed on the basis of gender, caste, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation, especially dalits (untouchables), adivasis (tribals), migrant, bonded and child laborers, domestic and home-based workers, and scavengers. The program supports their efforts to participate fully in the social, economic and political life of India. .


Established in 1984 - The program was established from a bequest to the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) from Jonathan Holdeen, a businessman and attorney with an interest in assisting the most impoverished people of India. In 1984 the Program (UUHIP) was organized in its current form as a non-sectarian religious and philanthropic trust


Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations Holdeen India Program

Public charity, Religious institution


1100 G. Street N.W., Ste. 800 Washington, DC United States 20005

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