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UN Watch Statement 23rd Special Session, UN Human Rights Council April 1, 2015     Thank you, Mr. President. UN Watch welcomes today’s meeting. Yet given that it has been more than five years now since Boko Haram has been on the rampage, killing thousands of innocent men, women, and children, we must …

EU and UN Rights Chief Must Reject Proposal Against Free Speech, Zionism, at Today’s Durban II Session

PRESS RELEASE Geneva, Sept. 5, 2008 — UN Watch urged European Union members and UN rights chief Navanethem Pillay to take the floor at a UN anti-racism session today to denounce a proposal by African states that attacks free speech, singles out Israel, and indirectly advocates the elimination of Zionism. The …

UN’s ‘Durban II’ Conference in Nigeria Slams Free Speech, Israel; Silent on Darfur Atrocities and African Ethnic Violence

PRESS RELEASE UN Watch: ‘African Declaration Breaches EU’s Red Lines’ Abuja, Nigeria, August 26, 2008  — Geneva-based human rights group UN Watch expressed alarm over the declaration adopted today by an African regional meeting Abuja, Nigeria, which will shape the UN world conference on racism …