ADF India was established in 2012 as an alliance building legal advocacy organization that advocates for religious freedom and the sanctity of human life. We are shaping an India in which human dignity and fundamental freedoms are robustly protected and universally embraced, by bringing lasting change in law and culture.

Your Religious Freedom Matters

Article 25 of the Indian Constitution clearly guarantees that all persons have the freedom to profess, practice and propagate one’s religion. Despite a rich tradition and legal framework that supports freedom of conscience, religious minorities in India are frequently targeted for their faith. ADF India partners with allied lawyers across the country to respond to these violations and secure religious freedom for all people.

Saving Our Vanishing Girls

ADF India launched the Vanishing Girls Campaign to counter the practice of sex selective abortions and show that all girls across India need love, care, and an equal opportunity to experience all that life has to offer. The campaign advocates for the effective implementation of the Pre-Conception Pre-Natal Diagnostics Technique (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 1994. Since its launch in 2016, the Vanishing Girls campaign has impacted over 20,000 lives through our legal awareness and intervention initiatives.

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Our Model for Lasting Change

Seeking Justice for Our Clients

We advocate for our clients in courtrooms around the world alongside an alliance of thousands of lawyers.
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Targeting the Root Causes

We engage at the highest levels of law and governance, securing precedent-setting victories that benefit everyone.
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Raising Up Future Leaders

We mobilize the leaders of tomorrow to bring about structural, systemic change for future generations.
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