The Center for Hazara Nation is an independent, nonprofit, nongovernmental organization comprised of caring individuals who would like to end the genocide and human right violations towards the Hazara people. To ensure our independence and maintaining high standards, we do not accept funds, directly or indirectly, from any governments or any private funders that would compromise our mission and independence. Similarly, we do not embrace or promote any religious views and maintain neutrality in the current armed conflict in Afghanistan. We do, however, work with local and international civil societies to maximize our impact.
The Center for Hazara Nation is a world network of outstanding individuals aimed at fostering research, discussion, advocacy, and collaboration among Hazaras and the world community at large to address important global issues such as the political upheaval and sectarian conflict in Afghanistan. To achieve this end, we build coalitions for change and promote informed discussion on sustainable, coherent and stable Central Asia. We also report on violations of international human rights in the region in an effort to draw attention to abuses and pressure the local governments towards reform.
Our mission is to address the interests and needs of the Hazara communities throughout the world by: