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CADAL received the Human Rights Watch administrative team

A score of members of Human Rights Watch's administrative team, from the organization's various offices in the world, visited the headquarter of the Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL) in Buenos Aires to get to know better the work CADAL does and learn more about the situation of human rights in the region.

The entourage, headed by Mary-Ann Murray, Senior Operations Manager of Human Rights Watch, became interested in the work of CADAL and exchanged questions and experiences with the President of CADAL, Sybil Rhodes; the General Director, Gabriel Salvia; the Programs Director, Hernan Alberro and the Project Coordinator, Diana Arévalo.

Among other topics, they talked about the difficulties faced by international human rights organizations to work globally and regionally; the challenges of maintaining independent positions and the situations that human rights have in countries of the region. 

CADAL recibió al equipo administrativo de Human Rights Watch

Human Rights  investigates and reports on abuses happening in all corners of the world., made up of approximately 450 members of 70-plus nationalities who are country experts, lawyers, journalists, and others who work to protect the most at risk, from vulnerable minorities and civilians in wartime, to refugees and children in need.Human Rights Watch was founded in 1978 as “Helsinki Watch,” when they began investigating rights abuses in countries that signed the Helsinki Accords, most notably those behind the Iron Curtain. Since then, their work has expanded to five continents. 


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