UN Watch by Numbers
34 – #Speakers brought to testify
65 – #Speeches delivered on 26 country situations
33 – #Lectures given in 8 countries
579 – #Media hits in leading world newspapers with op-eds, quotes, and TV interviews impacting the global conversation on critical issues.
5 million – #Video views achieved on UN Watch’s YouTube channel
200 – #Videos produced
4 – #Languages: English, French, Spanish and Hebrew—used to connect with international audiences through websites and social media accounts.
86,000 – #Facebook fans
38,000 – #Twitter followers across multiple accounts
45,000 – #Subscribers, including government officials, diplomats, and lawmakers reached through briefings published by UN Watch.
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