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  • Celebrating GM Syed’s 120th Birthday!

    The World Sindhi Congress cordially invites you, your family, and friends to honor the memory and legacy of Saeen GM Syed, the pioneer of modern Sindhi nationalism and the leader of the Sindhi nation. 📅 Date: January 27, 2024 🕚 Time: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM 📍 Location: Sindhi House, 144 Peterborough Ontario Canada, K9L 2B4 This special day will be marked by: And, to honor our rich Sindhi culture, a delicious Sindhi lunch will be served. Let’s gather to remember a visionary leader and draw inspiration from his teachings and contributions to our culture and identity. RSVP to secure

  • Remembering Anita Shah Lakyary: A Tribute to Her Enduring Legacy in Sindhi Culture and Literature

    The World Sindhi Congress deeply mourns the loss of Ms. Anita Shah Lakyary, a distinguished columnist and researcher from Sindh. Her insightful writings and dedicated research enriched Sindhi culture and literature immensely. Her passing leaves a void in the intellectual community. We extend our heartfelt sympathies to her family and admirers. Her legacy will continue to inspire future generations. read more about her here.

  • In Memoriam: Ahmed Salim – A Towering Figure in Sindhi Cultural Advocacy and Champion for the Marginalized

    With heavy hearts, the World Sindhi Congress mourns the passing of Ahmed Salim, a revered public intellectual, poet, novelist, translator, editor, activist, and a dedicated archivist. Ahmed Salim’s life was a beacon of commitment to the working class, democracy, and the marginalized, always championing the cause of the oppressed and the downtrodden. To us, this loss is deeply personal. Ahmed was not only a cherished friend to the Sindhi community but also a passionate advocate of the Sindhi language and people. His remarkable work in translating Shaikh Ayaz into Punjabi stands as a testament to his love and respect for

  • Voices for Justice: Uniting Sindhi and Baloch Voices Against Oppression in Pakistan and Iran

    The Baloch Human Rights Council (BHRC) recently hosted a pivotal conference in London, coinciding with Human Rights Day, to spotlight the severe human rights abuses in Pakistan and Iran. This event was a crucial moment for key representatives from diverse oppressed communities to share their harrowing experiences and insights. Their stories underscored the dire need for global awareness and action against these injustices. This conference, skillfully led by members of the BHRC, served as a vital platform for in-depth discussions about the myriad challenges faced by marginalized groups in these regions. It was a call for increased awareness and advocacy,

  • World Sindhi Congress Presents a Sindhi Music Concert in London

    LONDON, UK – The esteemed World Sindhi Congress is elated to announce a special musical evening celebrating the rich cultural heritage of Sindh. The event will take place on Saturday, October 28, 2023, from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the University of Westminster’s Harrow Campus. The concert will feature the melodic voice of Pooja Vazirani, a renowned Sindhi folk singer hailing from India. Attendees will also be treated to the captivating sounds of Nate Torrence, a skilled Sindhi Alghoza player from Chicago, USA. Highlights of the event include: The concert is free and welcomes attendees of all ages, making

  • World Sindhi Congress Announces the 35th International Conference on Sindh

    LONDON, UK – The renowned World Sindhi Congress is set to host the 35th International Conference on Sindh on Saturday, October 28, 2023. The event, to be held at the University of Westminster’s Harrow Campus from 10 AM to 9 PM, promises to be an enlightening exploration of issues pertaining to Sindh and its diaspora. Esteemed speakers from across the globe will share their insights, including: Key discussion topics include: The event is further enhanced with multi-media presentations and a live music concert. Attendees will also be treated to a variety of speeches, alongside lunch and dinner provisions. To learn

  • WSC held 34th International Conference on Sindh on 19th November 2022 in London.

    A large number of Sindhi families from the United States, Canada, Europe, India, and Great Britain participated in the conference. International experts said that ‘until the Sindhi people do not own their own country, they will not be able to save themselves from the man-made calamities’ In her speech Dr. Rubina Shaikh, the third-time elected chairperson of the World Sindhi Congress, said that ‘Sindh is going through the worst period in history, Sindhis have to make a joint, systematic and united struggle for the right to self-determination for their homeland’. Afrasiab Khan Khattak, the leader of the Pakhtun Democratic Party,

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