Global Development though local diaspora engagement
HASC is creating a voice and awareness of the need to and ways to engage the Indian American, Hindu/Dharmic American community in global engagement through service.  As New Americans we are working and learning how to engage and develop capacity to augment U.S. global diplomacy in action.  HASC is working to develop multifaith coalitions to bring peace and services.
Based on the Vedic principle of Ahimsa Paramo Dharmah, HASC Young Scholars Program is undertaking efforts to deepen understanding of society and world affairs, for effective governance, delivery of and access to services, while serving local communities.

Religion, Peace and Development: Afghanistan and Pakistan

Hindu American Seva Charities, the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs at Georgetown University and the World Faiths Development Dialogue hosted a student-led roundtable to explore ways in which the faith-based communities can actively bring peace and prosperity in Afghanistan and Pakistan. More...

Interfaith and Global Dialogue Project

Interfaith and Global Dialouge Project
The Interfaith Global Dialogue Series (IGDS) is a project initiated through joint partnership between the Center for the Study of Genocide, Conflict Resolution and Human Rights at Rutgers University and Hindu American Seva Charities. More...

USAID - Indian Diaspora Engagement

 USAID - Indian Diaspora Engagement
As part of implementing the recommendations issued to President Obama by the Advisory Council on Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships, USAID and HASC hosted a workshop for the diverse Indian American community More...