Impunity Watch participates in events such as the International Humanitarian Law Dialogs and works with other human rights organizations. NGOs, government officials (including U.S. State and Defense Department leaders), international lawyers (including Serge Brammertz and Luis Moreno-Ocampo) and persons around the world regularly visit our website. Our news feed has over 200 daily subscribers, and our website has been read in 212 different countries and territories. Our articles have been cited on the BBC, CNN, and notable international blogs. Additionally, the US Library of Congress sought permission to include Impunity Watch within its electronic database. Thanks in large part to our dynamic news reporting, we are proud to note that we are the most widely read law review in the country. As a professional organization, we have high standards. Accurate, unbiased, and objective reporting requires an in-depth knowledge of specific regions of the world. We hold ourselves responsible for knowing about a region’s key political players, differences in beliefs between the majority and minority populations, and current developments. All members of the staff are dedicated to doing excellent, professional, and timely work.
Highlights from this year's publications include the dismantling of Apartheid in South Africa, constitutional desecration in the Philippines, and Islamaphobic sentiments in France.
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