Your Voice at the United Nations

new report

U.N. Teachers Celebrated Hamas Massacre

As war wages on between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, UN Watch has released a new report that reveals how UNRWA teachers in the enclave, funded largely by the U.S. and EU, indoctrinate Palestinian children and promote terrorism and antisemitism.

Entitled “UNRWA: Hate Starts Here,” the report uncovers 20 UNRWA teachers and other staff members who celebrated the October 7th Hamas massacre of Israeli civilians on their social media accounts. 


End Item 7

Every session of the UN Human Rights Council features a standing agenda item targeting Israel. No other country in the world—not Iran, Russia or North Korea—is singled out in this fashion.

We examine false claims made at the UN under this rubric, shows viral videos of UN Watch’s speeches in the Item 7 debates, and provides other key information to support the campaign to abolish a discriminatory institution that was condemned by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon the day after its adoption.


Terminate the U.N.'s Anti-Israel Commission of Inquiry

The U.N.’s new Commission of Inquiry against Israel, initiated by Pakistan and the PLO, is a travesty of justice. Despite U.N. rules requiring impartiality, each of three commissioners has a record of extreme anti-Israel positions. One of them was even condemned worldwide for making antisemitic remarks. It’s time to end the U.N.’s perpetual inquisition against the Jewish state.

who we are

Your voice at the UN

UN Watch is a nongovernmental organization that monitors the performance of the United Nations according to the yardstick of its char­ter and promotes human rights for all.

Founded in 1993, UN Watch influences decision-makers, educates world opinion, and promotes UN reform, transparency, and accountability.

Headquartered next to the UN human rights apparatus in Geneva, UN Watch works with civil society, dissidents, and victims to focus international attention on urgent human rights situations worldwide.

UN Watch stands at the forefront in combating racism, antisemitism, and anti-Israel prejudice at the UN, taking the offensive against dictatorships and double standards.

UN Watch receives no funding from any government and relies entirely on charitable donations.

What we do

Monitor the UN by the yardstick of its own charter

Combat antisemitism & anti-Israel bias at the UN

Protect human rights for victims worldwide

UN Watch DAtabase

This UN Watch database monitors the actions and composition of key UN bodies, highlighting the pernicious elevation of dictatorships to high positions, and the world body’s peculiar obsession with scapegoating Israel.

The PIllay Commission

The UN Commission of Inquiry on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Chaired by Navi Pillay

how we do it


Advocacy at the highest levels of government to effect change at the decision-making level.

UN Testimony

Deliver high-impact testimony before UN sessions to capture global attention.

Media Impact

Counter misinformation on Israel by disseminating UN Watch’s truth-telling message through traditional and social media worldwide.  


Publish detailed reports, studies, and research, and present them at parliaments and prestigious universities around the world  to demand UN reform. 



Achieve international condemnation of bigoted actions and statements through mainstream and social media campaigns.


Train students with internships at the UN to prepare the next generation.

Geneva Summit for Human Rights

Focus global attention on victims of the world’s worst dictatorships.

UN Watch