United Families International (UFI)
1978, USA, by Susan Roylance and Jan Clark, as United Families of America. Expanded to 'United Families International' in 1995. Registered in accordance with USA law.
Recognizing the family as the basic unit and cornerstone of successful civilization, strengthen families by: encouraging the building of strong family units; educating the public on matters directly affecting the family unit; working for family-friendly public policy; recognizing that a strong, stable, caring family is the best advocate for children; advocating the family as a fundamental frontline preventative against economic and social ills such as poverty and crime; working to eliminate the inequality and abuse within a family which leads to family breakdown and to increased economic and social costs in the society as a whole; provide ongoing humanitarian service worldwide; support the rule of law, national sovereignty and representative government; protect religious and cultural values and rights of all faiths; seek to establish peace and human dignity through grassroots, personalized heartfelt service and respectful dialogue, keeping international restraints to a minimum in order to allow family, freedom and faith to flourish.
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