It is important to continue the struggle despite frustrations and disappointment based on an ultimate faith in the triumph of justice Richard Falk | Chairman of Board of Trustees

Euro-Med Monitor in UAE

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has continued to crack down on freedom of expression and association. The authorities arbitrarily detained scores of individuals they suspected of links to domestic and international Islamist groups. Court convicted dissidents after unfair trials. The UAE made no reforms to a system that facilitates the forced labor of migrant workers. Plans to ameliorate conditions for female domestic workers fell short of the standards outlined in the convention on domestic workers that the International Labor Organization (ILO) adopted in 2012.

At Euro-Med Monitor webinar: experts urge to criminalize torture in the Middle East

Syria in the lead.. Euro-Med Monitor report: Widespread torture in the Arab region

At HRC: Euro-Med Monitor says thousands of migrant workers left UAE due to discriminatio

15 British MPs co-sign Euro-Med Monitor petition calling on UAE to release 14 detainees

Euro-Med Monitor at UNHRC: Discriminatory measures against expatriate workers in UAE escalated during COVID19

Palestinian Community in the UAE Faces Great Dangers After UAE-Israel Pact

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Chief Operating Officer

At HRC: Euro-Med Monitor calls on UAE and Bahrain to stop crackdown and arrest of human rights activists and dissidents

In a seminar co-organized with international organizations in Geneva, Euro-Med Monitor calls for ensuring freedom of religious practice and expression in the Middle East, warns of political repression

ICJ decision on UAE-Qatari conflict should put an end to politicized violations

One Year into Gulf Crisis and Cutting of Ties: Community Peace at Stake and Basic Rights in Jeopardy