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CRW: Call For Human Rights Articles

CITIZENS RIGHTS WATCH CALL FOR  HUMAN RIGHTS ARTICLES  “Citizens Voices” | Newsletter No10 Who we are Citizens’ Rights Watch (CRW) is an international human rights NGO, focusing on digital advocacy and into raising... Read More

Women Supporting Women : #MeTooFGM...

A world-wide social media campaign launches today on International Day of Zero Tolerance of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). The campaign will be launched today in Dublin and will be led by Somalia born Ifrah Ahmed who survived the traumatizing... Read More

Women's March #2

21st January -  Yesterday marked a year of Donald Trump’s presidency since his inauguration on January 20th 2017, and one year later, the organisers of Women’s March USA took to the streets again to channel voices in solidarity... Read More

Fighting for Rights: Rhythm and Lyrics.

UN announces launch for new High Note Music Prize to acknowledge music artists contribution to Human Rights.   The office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights has announced its plans to award an inaugural prize for the recognition of... Read More

Human Rights Day 2017: Our Rights. Our...

Today is International Human Rights Day. Celebrated across the world, the aims of observing this special day of importance is to generate support and awareness for numerous causes and issues that we recognise and also to celebrate human rights and... Read More

Rohingya Crisis: Urgent Action needs to...

29th September 2017-      The UN’s human rights chief, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein has declared the situation in Rakhine as a “textbook example of ethnic cleansing” and human rights groups have criticised the... Read More

CRW's Research Presented in the...

London, June 2017   We were invited by the Human Rights Consortium of the University of London, to present and discuss our research and CRWs work, at the end of June in London UK.    The conference was themed: "ACTIVIST... Read More


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