Message from Ambassador Alfred H. Moses, Chairman of UN Watch

 

Welcome to the UN Watch website, dedicated to what we care about most: protecting the values of human dignity and equality upon which the United Nations was founded. Our mandate is to monitor the UN according to the noble principles of its charter, and to promote fundamental freedoms for all. At www.unwatch.org, citizens around the world now have easy access to the most up to date information and analysis on UN affairs, with a focus on human rights.

Our regular UN Watch Briefings bring an in-depth look behind the headlines, as do our articles published in major publications around the globe, including the International Herald Tribune, The New Republic Online, Israel’s Haaretz, Canada’s National Post and Europe’s Juriste International. UN Watch, with our Geneva headquarters situated at the very heart of the UN’s human rights apparatus, frequently testifies before the Human Rights Council and other important UN bodies, often representing large coalitions of non-governmental organizations. Read the full text of our UN speeches, or watch them on Youtube. UN Watch is unafraid to speak out on issues that matter.

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In today’s world, the UN has become more relevant than ever. At www.unwatch.org, you will become educated, informed and involved. We are grateful to our supporters around the globe for their encouragement and commitment to UN Watch, and we welcome new friends. Your continued support is what enables us to continue our mission: to safeguard the UN’s founding principles, vigorously combating racism and antisemitism, and protecting equal rights for all. Thank you.

                                                                           Alfred H. Moses

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Selected Articles & Speeches:

Joint NGO Statement for Lebanese Freedom and End to Syrian Occupation, Delivered by Amb. Alfred H. Moses to UN Commission on Human Rights, 61st Session, March 23, 2005.

One Middle East Policy, For All, Haaretz, January 4, 2005.

After 40 years, a united Cyprus may soon be a reality, International Herald Tribune, April 4, 2002.

Turning UN Agencies Against Israel Harms the UN, International Herald Tribune, January 8, 2002.

Romania Deserves Encouragement, International Herald Tribune, January 11, 2001.

Arab Boycotts Are an Obstacle to Peace, Christian Science Monitor, April 20, 1991.