The National Sikh Youth Federation (NSYF) is an independent NGO that works with individuals and organisations within the Sikh Community.

 

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Khalistan: Origins of a Nation is a brand new web-series that will explore Sikh sovereignty and it's relationship to modern day Khalistan. 

The series will be aired to global audiences on the 1st of November via YouTube & Facebook with a new episode weekly on Sundays at 6pm (GMT). In addition to the weekly episodes, the NSYF will be hosting podcasts that delve deeper into the topics of each episode and look into the minds of the web-series creators. Read More

Candle in the Dark 

One of the largest NSYF projects to date, the ‘Candle in the Dark’ exhibition was custom designed to explore the narrative of Sikh history and ideology, viewed through the lens of the political and spiritual teachings of the Guru. It showcased the events that led up to the 1984 Sikh Genocide in a never before seen light, highlighting the way in which Sikhs have challenged social injustice and tyranny throughout most of their short existence.

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Kartarpuri

Since the beginning of our history and till the current day the Sikh experience has been defined by the activism of great individuals. Inspired by the teaching and example of the Guru, Sikh activism has forever altered the dynamics of South Asia and indeed the world. 

Join us as we explore the narrative of Sikh activism through the lens of ਸੱਚ (truth) and ਹੱਕ (rights) and be inspired to continue the Sikh legacy.

An evening of short documentaries, performances and speeches from local and international speakers as well as an exclusive screening of the debut Episode of the NSYF Talk Show: Origins of a Nation

10 Days of Terror

We began our year with the lunch of the #10DaysofTerror campaign in June 2012 that reached well over 500,000 people via social media. This campaign was concluded with an information pack of which 5000 copies were distributed at the annual remembrance rally in Hyde Park.

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6 Days of Terror

 Following the impact of the 10 Days of Terror Campaign, we used the power of social media to again inform the masses on the events that took place after the assignation of Indira Gandhi. 

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