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We have on-the-ground teams that monitor human rights situations. These people talk to communities to determine the reality and report their findings. We also speak to various groups, including journalists and activists. Our website is also open to the public to share their experiences. These channels help us gather important information that we use to draw findings. 

After careful fact-checking, we engage various stakeholders to ensure policy changes and implementation, law enforcement, and necessary actions are taken. We partner with other human rights groups, government agencies, corporations, the press, and policymakers to enhance change. 

We strive to work with communities that experience the most atrocious human rights abuses and where we can bring the most change. However, we are flexible to ensure we can respond to any emergency.

When we research and report human rights violations, we strive to ensure perpetrators are brought to account and justice is served to victims. 

We are a not-for-profit organization and rely solely on private donors. We do not accept government incentives as we strive to be as independent as possible. 

Among our aims is to address causes of poverty such as conflicts, displacements, and discrimination. We also investigate and report human rights abuses that aggravate humanitarian crises.