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Our Working Groups.

Who can join and start a Working Group?

Each participant has an open and equal opportunity to launch joint, multi-faith advocacy initiatives and actions regarding the protection and promotion of freedom of thought, conscience, and religion (Article 18) in the U.S. and abroad. One way participants can do this is to self-organize into multi-faith working groups to perform the deeper dives needed to increase the effectiveness of these initiatives and actions. See below the list of our current 12 Working Groups and when they meet.

Want to start a Working Group?

Want to join a Working Group?

Working Groups of the IRF Roundtable

Click through the slides below to see when the Working Group meets, who the chairs are and a statement from the Working Group

Africa 

Working 

Group

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Central Asia 

Working 

Group 

China 

Coalition 

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Congressional Working 

Group 

India 

Working 

Group 

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Iran 

Working 

Group 

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Justice &

Accountability

Working 

Group

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Middle East

Working

Group

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Prisoners of 

Conscience

Working 

Group

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Southeast 

Asia 

Working 

Group 

United Nations

United

Nations 

Working

Group

Women's 

Working 

Group 

Prayer Hall
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The convener of the IRF Roundtable