Our mission is to reach out and work continuously with academics, professionals and organisations irrespective of their school of thought or faith throughout the world to unite in strengthening the family institution.
We believe that support for the family as the ‘natural and fundamental group unit of society’ as enshrined in the UN charter brings together us human beings irrespective of our religious, political and cultural differences.
Leaders of the world; irrespective of their political or religious affiliation speak out over the importance of the family unit in society.
‘True that it is also the most natural of human relations, yet God has made this very natural, instinctive relation a sacred relationship which will bear fruits of immense value. Thus the importance of forming a family should never be underestimated’
Supreme Leader Ayatullah Sayyid Ali Khamenei’s
words of advice to a couple when conducting their
‘…let’s say that to our society, let’s say it loud and clear, if you want to grow, to move, to expand, to be enlarged as a human being, if you want to pass on that enlarged sense of what humanity is all about to another generation, well this is the way to do it’
The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. Rowan Williams in
his speech at the launch of National Marriage Week
‘So, in obedience to noble ideals — freedom, individuality, autonomy — the family was deconstructed. Now, a generation later, we can count the costs: an unprecedented rise in broken relationships, drug and alcohol abuse, depression, eating disorders, stressrelated syndromes, physical abuse, teenage pregnancies, child homelessness, psychiatric dysfunctions, suicides and suicide attempts’
The Chief Rabbi of England Dr. Jonathan Sacks in his
article written on UN International Day of Families
‘We know the statistics - that children who grow up without a father are five times more likely to live in poverty and commit crime; nine times more likely to drop out of schools and twenty times more likely to end up in prison… And the foundations of our community are weaker because of it.’
President Barack Obama words in a Father’s Day
speech when he was a Senator