created in 1993 and received "special consultative status" with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) in 1998. It is especially active in South Asia (list of its recent activities can be viewed here).
there is no funding information on the website and an NGO Monitor inquiry with Secretary General Graves yielded no additional information.
according to the organization's website, "its main project is to provide an opportunity for Sihks, Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Christians, Jews, those of Indigenous religions and others to speak before the sessions of the United Nations Commission on Human Rights and its various subsidiary organs about human rights problems."
active in planning of the UN Durban Conference 2009; in Summer 2007, Interfaith International assumed the secretariat position of CONGO (the Conference of NGOs with Consultative Status to the UN), and now chairs CONGO Durban 2009 preparatory committee meetings. CONGO held an August 30, 2007 meeting on the "engagement of NGOs to effectively implement the Durban Program of Action', chaired by Charles Graves.
founded by Sayyed Mohammed Musawi (also president of the World Islamic League - WABIL) and Charles Graves; Following the July 7, 2005 London bombings, Musawi said, "there should be a clear distinction between the suicide bombing of those who are trying to defend themselves from occupiers, which is something different from those who kill civilians, which is a big crime."
In 2000, Interfaith International participated in a London march, organized by The Islamic Human Rights Commission, which demanded "an immediate end to the British Government's financial and military support of the illegal Israeli occupation…[and] an official British apology for its historic and contemporary role in dispossessing and exiling the Palestinian people."