Towards fellowship & goodwill among leaders and followers of different religions

From the chaos after the Second World War to the present, the IRO and its members have cultivated harmony between followers of the many faiths in the island state of Singapore. Whether practising ancient or younger faiths, Singapore’s IRO brings together followers of major religions; Hinduism, Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Taoism, Jainism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism and Baha’i Faith are represented.

The IRO legacy of religious harmony and its continuing activities steward an essential way of life in Singapore and an indelible part of Singaporean national culture and social inheritance.

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To inculcate the spirit of friendship and co-operation among the leaders and followers of different religions.

To improve the condition of the adherents of different religious in generally accepted moral principles

To publish, circulate and distribute periodicals, leaflets or newsletters that the Organisation may think advisable for the promotion of its objectives.

To promote in every way comity and co-operation among the followers of different religions for the good of mankind.

To generally do or perform necessary actions conducive to the attainment of objectives of the Organisation.

To intensify efforts in any other respect towards making the Organisation an effective body of friendship and brotherhood among the adherents of different religions without compromising any of his/her religious values.

To work for the achievement of peace and goodwill among mankind.

To organise public lectures, demonstrations, study groups, radio and television publicity in an effort to familiarize the aims of the Organisation.

To organise public lectures, demonstrations, study groups, radio and television publicity in an effort to familiarize the aims of the Organisation.

To promote mutual respect, assistance and protection among the adherents of different religions.

To conduct prayers and meditation for the well being of mankind as often as possible and convenient.

To take such steps by personal or written appeals, public meetings or otherwise as may become necessary or expedient in the interests of mankind.

To accept affiliation, if desired, from or with any institution, society or association having objectives similar to those of the Organisation and to co-operate and work with any person or persons in furtherance of the objectives of the Organisation.