Join Hindu American Foundation’s virtual advocacy forum on Sep 21

The Hindu American Foundation’s (HAF)’s 2021 Virtual Advocacy Forum will be held on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 with three panel discussions on current issues of concern.   

HAF’s main yearly event is this Tuesday USA time, and the public worldwide is invited. There are 3 sessions requiring separate registrations at Also, those in the United States can take action on some legislative issues HAF has taken up. 

The first panel will be on ‘Pakistan on the brink’.  

The star-studded panel of experts will discuss human rights and religious freedom violations in Pakistan particularly, enforced disappearances, human trafficking, and the sexual exploitation of children, as well as the government’s financing and support of terrorism in the region, and the ramifications of the Taliban-Pakistan military alliance in the fall of Afghanistan for the U.S. and India. 

The registration link to which is: Webinar Registration – Zoom 

The second panel is on ‘Dreams Interrupted: America’s Broken Immigration System’ 

Join the Hindu American Foundation for an in-depth panel discussion on America’s broken immigration system and learn what HAF and others are currently doing to fix it. Guests will hear from the front-line activists who are working to clear the green card backlog, ensure that DREAMERS and their children are granted legal status with a pathway to citizenship, and new avenues we’re exploring to bring families together for life’s special moments. 

The registration link to which is: Webinar Registration – Zoom 

In Fireside Chat of HAF Executive Director Suhag Shukla, Esq. with Afghan-American Academic Dr. Bahar Jalali they will talk about Afghanistan’s history and culture, the challenges the Afghan people, and specifically women, have faced under two Taliban takeovers, and a path forward. 

The registration link: Webinar Registration – Zoom 

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