Bloggen für Menschenrechte

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Become a Blogger for Human Rights

Human Rights Watch has been committed to upholding the right to free expression since its beginnings in the 1970s. The Internet, and blogs in particular, have made it easier for people to express themselves to a potential audience of millions. They have also created an enormous opportunity for disseminating information about, and ending, human rights abuses around the world.

If you are a blogger, you can use your bully pulpit to stand with the victims and activists to prevent discrimination, uphold political freedom, protect people from inhumane treatment in wartime, and campaign to bring offenders to justice. You can expose human rights violations and hold abusers accountable. You can challenge governments and those who hold power to end abusive practices and respect international human rights law.

We can help you. Human Rights Watch offers dozens of RSS feeds on pressing human rights issues, classified according to theme and region. We also offer a host of free e-mail newsletters in several languages. If you find this helpful, show your support for the cause of human rights for all. Display one of the following buttons on your blog and link back to http://www.hrw.org. Please also spread the word about human rights abuses by tagging your posts as related to human rights.

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