This organization that was established in 1983 as an Association of the Justices of Peace with 08 members, based on the theme of peace, harmony and friendship, is one that has rendered unique service to all Sri Lankan communities in the sphere of social welfare and cultural aspects in the midst of numerous challenges, harassment, rebuke and insulations.


The vision of the Fundamental Rights & Other Rights Organization of Sri Lanka is to establish a background to be lived in the society peacefully, with harmony and with national integrity for the multinational communities in Sri Lanka without any encumbrances by doing their day to day tasks independently. The Fundamental Rights & Other Rights Organization of Sri Lanka always representing all the races in Sri Lanka by appearing for human rights issues, fundamentals rights and doing social welfare, educational, cultural and religious services for the Sri Lankan people.


Enhancing the religious education of school children in Sri Lanka with the support of the United Nations and international organizations, contributing to the Presidency and the Government of Sri Lanka, through the democratic rights and voting rights of the common people. It is very important that every member and officer of the organization acts voluntarily, for the people of Sri Lanka sake of sanitation, housing projects, environmental protection and social services.
Our organization is not depending financial assistance or any other facilities by the government and we rely and depend in donations and the subscriptions of our members all over the country and we are willing to announce that it cause to prevent our independence and dignity as well. Our mission is to contribute for protecting human rights, fundamental rights and labour rights of the human beings, organizing awareness programs of human rights and spread such programmes from urban level to rural levels, assisting for the educational facilities of the children from birth till ending their academic career, conducting social welfare events to uplift the religious and cultural activities of Sri Lankan people, appreciating services of social workers in Sri Lanka and overseas as well and survive the lives of the people those who were affected by the national and war disasters.