UNITED SIKHS recognises that most of its challenges in advocating minority rights stem from the lack awareness of the culture and religions of minorities. We have responded to this challenge by proactively engaging in mainstream and minority community and multi-faith awareness projects.
We believe that communities should not stop at merely tolerating one another but that communities should understand each other. This understanding will come about if each community does not stand in judgement of another. Instead one community should try to understand and accept the beliefs and practices of the other. The answer does not lie in how one community views the practices of another community but in understanding or accepting how the other community views itself.