Issue 318: The West Must Bear Witness to Iran’s Prisoners, Huffington Post

  The West Must Bear Witness to Iran’s Prisoners   Oct. 25, 2011   By Linda Frum, Member of the Canadian Senate Last month in New York, in the shadow of the sham “human rights conference” known as Durban III, I had the honour of attending a counter-conference organized by the human …

White House Slams UN Racism Summit for “Silencing” Rights Group

PRESS RELEASE GENEVA – In a show of support for the Geneva-based UN Watch group, the White House stated it was “deeply disappointed” that United Nations rules for credentialing non-governmental organizations to yesterday’s world racism summit were used “to silence voices critical of …

Issue 308: “The UN’s red carpet for tyrants: We’re hosting our own assembly where repression isn’t welcome” – Op-ed in today’s NY Daily News

Don’t miss the powerful op-ed below by human rights hero Yang Jianli, appearing in today’s New York Daily News. It explains why UN Watch and 20 partner groups are holding a major human rights summit this week in New York. For more information, visit www.ngosummit.org.  …

Issue 307: U.N. Bars UN Watch From Monitoring Durban III “Anti-Racism” Meeting

In an unpredecented development, the United Nations has decided to block UN Watch from attending and monitoring this Thursday’s Durban III “anti-racism” meeting. See full story below.  This is the first time in history that UN Watch has been officially excluded from a UN proceeding. In response, …

Czechs pull out of UN’s “Durban III” racism conference

PRESS RELEASE UN Watch calls on other EU states to follow GENEVA — UN Watch commended the Czech government for announcing that it will stay away from the UN’s Sept. 22nd commemoration of the 2001 Durban conference, a supposed anti-racism gathering that turned into what many called a global festival of …