Rights of Expression, Assembly, Association and Thought (REAT) Network

What We Do

REAT Network’s primary consideration for is its strong commitment to building inter-faith, intra-faith/ social harmony in the society and to provide a platform to the minorities and lesser to raise their voice. We are striving hard to establish a network of civil society and private sector organizations dedicated to the promotion and protection of REAT with specific attention to freedom of religion;Increase public awareness of and support for the promotion and protection of REAT, with specific attention to freedom of religion.
REAT activities also include closely associated economic, social and cultural rights, such as the rights of a particular religious group to practice their faith and workers’ rights of collective expression, including by members of a minority group working in a particular industry.

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