Our membership is open and all are welcome, religious as well as non-religious, atheists, agnostics, freethinkers, secularists, skeptics, humanists, and individuals who are questioning and searching beliefs with open mind. We campaign for a Secular Sri Lanka, moving forward with an amended Secular Constitution, promoting Science and Reason as the central doctrine in democratic governance. Religion should be strictly a private matter of Sri Lanka's citizens, and The Republic needs strict separation from religion to foster freedom for religion and freedom from religion. We encourage and promote a much needed dialogue for a constitutional amendment to separate religion from Sri Lankan State.
Our goal is to foster a Secular Society based on science, reason, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. We do not encourage partisan politics in these discussions, or allow race or ethnicity based division, ethnic recognition or identification of ourselves or other Sri Lankans, and consider these ethnic identities are completely outdated and irrational divisions for a modern, progressive and forward looking Sri Lanka.
We encourage both majority and minority participation based on traditional divisions still exist in our society, and highlight the need to campaign for the equal rights, equal opportunity, affirmative action and freedom for the underrepresented groups living in a free and democratic Sri Lanka. We do not in any form support ethnic politics or ethnically divided political environment within Sri Lanka.