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Who We Are

The World Sindhi Congress (WSC) is one of the most prominent human rights education and advocacy organizations for Sindh and Sindhis. The main objective of WSC is to establish an infrastructure to teach and disseminate educational material to the public, including, but not limited to, material relating to culture and literature of Sindhi people, their persecuted status in Pakistan, and their peaceful struggle for the human rights including the right to self-determination through publications, lectures, media or otherwise.

We advocate and campaign for:

  • Non-violence
  • National Self-determination
  • Democracy
  • Peace
  • Civil Society
  • Separation of State and Religion
  • Environmental Rights for all
  • Equality for women
  • Sindhi language and culture
  • Denuclearizing
  • Conflict resolution

WSC is a registered company in England and Wales, in the UK, the USA,  and Canada, organized to carry out non-profit activities only.

WSC is a nonprofit corporation and is incorporated under USA’s State of  Louisiana R.S. Title 12 Corporations and Associations (RS 12:165).

Challenges facing Sindh

  • Exploitation of natural resources – oil, gas and coal.
  • Theft of water from River Indus and building of mega dams and illegal canals at upper riparian resulting in deprivation of Sindh from irrigation water and destruction of the Indus Delta.
  • Unfair allocation of funds to Sindh, which contributes 69% to federal revenue and gets only 11% back.
  • Forced Islamization and denial of indigenous cultures and secular Sufi traditions.
  • Direct or indirect military rule or ‘governor rule’ throughout 63 years.
  • Manipulation of population census figures reducing Sindh’s indigenous population into minority
  • The construction in Sindh of the largest military cantonments in Asia.
  • The spending of more than 75% of the total budget on defense and defense related debt servicing.

How we work

  • Participate in UN sponsored events
  • Arrange conferences and seminars, book readings, rallies, cultural events, and activist workshops
  • Maintain information portal online
  • Analysis reports and memos
  • Collaborate with other organizations and work together for issues concerning human rights in impoverished nations