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You can—and should—report human rights abuses. Even if they are not prosecuted, publicity or the prospect of an investigation can have a restraining effect on the perpetrators. 

  • List the specific Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that have been violated. 

  • State the facts, as far as possible in chronological order.

  • Include the date, time and place of the incident(s); name and position of the perpetrator(s); place of detention if applicable; names and addresses of any witnesses and any other important details.


Many organizations around the world dedicate their efforts to protecting human rights and ending human rights abuses. Major human rights organizations maintain extensive websites documenting violations and calling for remedial action, both at a governmental and grass-roots level. Public support and condemnation of abuses is important to their success, as human rights organizations are most effective when their calls for reform are backed by strong public advocacy. Below are some examples of such groups.. 


Organizations to report to:

  1. International Criminal Court against Child Kidnapping

  2. Amnesty International

  3. Human Rights Action Center

  4. Human Rights Watch

  5. Children’s Defense Fund

  6. Human Rights Without Frontiers

  7. Simon Wiesenthal Center




Globally, the champions of human rights have most often been citizens, not government officials. In particular, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) have played a primary role in focusing the international community on human rights issues.

NGOs monitor the actions of governments and pressure them to act according to human rights principles.

If you and your children have become victims of HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS, talk to us to enforce your rights and hold the perpetrators accountable!

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