Greetings from the National Adviser. I am proud of serving AICUF which is 97 years young. All these years AICUF has been standing for justice and human rights, participating in the struggles of dalits. Tribal people, women and refugees. The motto of AICUF ,” We were born in an unjust society and we are determined not to leave it as we have found it”, has transformed the lives of AICUF members as good leaders. AICUF works in 13 states in India by establishing units in most of the catholic colleges. All those who have passed through AICUF are proud of this organization.
"We were born into an unjust society and we are determined not to leave it as we have found it". To facilitate a truly Christian intercourse among Catholic Young Men. To create and promote among them, by means of study clubs, a wider interest in the study of their religion and of the social question so largely connected with it. To help the members in the study and in the application of catholic principles to the social problems by the publication of a monthly organ (Rally).
After AICUF has formally proclaimed its option for the emancipation of women by affirming ‘women’ as one of the thrust areas in 1989,Read More
After 1970, AICUF entered into a serious social analysis and committed itself to work for the poor in India. students wanted to have separate trainingRead More
Marching with the marginalized was the theme of the 4thNational Convention of AICUF in 1999, in which Refugee Commission was approvedRead More
Adivasi Yuva Chetna Manch(AYCM) is the Adivasi(Tribal) commission of AICUF. It is the youth awareness forum that unites all AdivasiRead More