Mission & History
CSI is an international Christian human rights organization, campaigning for religious liberty and human dignity, and assisting victims of religious persecution, victimized children and victims of catastrophe. CSI was founded in 1977 in Switzerland by Rev. Hans Stückelberger, following peaceful demonstrations in support of persecuted Christians.
Christian Solidarity International works in various different countries and on a variety of projects.
CSI's objective is worldwide respect for the God-given right of every human being to choose his or her faith and to practice it, as stipulated in Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:
A History of Standing with the Persecuted
Christian Solidarity has a diverse staff that works on a variety of projects and initiatives
CSI-USA and other CSI national affiliates are represented on CSI’s International Council, presided over by the International President, Herbert Meier. In addition to the United States, CSI has affiliates in the following countries: the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, South Korea, and Switzerland.
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