Human Rights Watch
From HRW's website
- Human Rights Watch is dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world.
- We stand with victims and activists to prevent discrimination, to uphold political freedom, to protect people from inhumane conduct in wartime, and to bring offenders to justice.
- We investigate and expose human rights violations and hold abusers accountable.
- We challenge governments and those who hold power to end abusive practices and respect international human rights law.
- We enlist the public and the international community to support the cause of human rights for all.
- Human Rights Watch is an independent, nongovernmental organization, supported by contributions from private individuals and foundations worldwide. It accepts no government funds, directly or indirectly.
"The Free Expression Project of Human Rights Watch (formerly the Fund for Free Expression) emphasizes the connection between freedom of expression and global social problems by showing the effect that censorship and information policies have on the treatment of issues such as AIDS, famine, governmental corruption and environmental degradation." 
On January 1, 2005 they obtained a five-year, $15 million challenge grant from the Sandler Family Supporting Foundation. "The Sandlers and their children will donate $3 million a year for five years through the Sandler Family Supporting Foundation as long as Human Rights Watch raises $6 million annually in matching funds from first-time donors or existing donors who increase their contributions."  Rather than responding purely to the requirements of victims of violations, Human Rights Watch excepts donations targeted at research on particular projects or countries.
- Human Rights Watch U.S. Advisory Committee
- Human Rights Watch Africa Advisory Committee
- Human Rights Watch Americas Advisory Committee
- Human Rights Watch Asia Advisory Committee
- Human Rights Watch LGBT Advisory Committee
- Human Rights Watch Europe and Central Asia Advisory Committee
- Human Rights Watch Middle East Advisory Committee
- Human Rights Watch Arms Advisory Committee
- Human Rights Watch Children's Rights Advisory Committee
- Human Rights Watch Women's Rights Advisory Committee
- Tom Malinowski - Washington Advocacy Director
Board of Directors
- Jane Olson, Chair
- James F. Hoge, Jr., Vice-Chair
- Sid Sheinberg, Vice-Chair
- John J. Studzinski, Vice-Chair
- Omar Amanat
- Lloyd Axworthy
- David Brown
- Jorge Castañeda
- Dorothy Cullman
- Tony Elliott
- Edith Everett
- Jonathan Fanton, Chair (1998-2003)
- Michael Gellert
- Richard Goldstone
- Vartan Gregorian
- Wendy Keys
- Robert Kissane
- Bruce Klatsky
- Joanne Leedom-Ackerman
- Josh Mailman
- Susan Manilow
- Linda Mason
- Kati Marton
- Barry Meyer
- Pat Mitchell
- Joel Motley
- Samuel K. Murumba
- Catherine Powell
- Sigrid Rausing
- Victoria Riskin
- Kevin Ryan
- Domna Stanton
- John Taylor
- Shibley Telhami
- Roland Algrant
- Lisa Anderson
- Robert L. Bernstein, Founding Chair, (1979-1997)
- William D. Carmichael
- Adrian W. DeWind
- Alice H. Henkin
- Stephen Kass
- Marina Pinto Kaufman
- Peter L. W. Osnos
- Kathleen Peratis
- Bruce Rabb, Secretary
- Orville Schell
- Gary Sick
- Malcolm B. Smith
- Holly J. Burkhalter - 1983-97, she was advocacy director of Human Rights Watch and director of its Washington office
- International Council on Human Rights Policy
- Ralph McGehee, "CIA's War against China", Friends of Tibet, December 1999.
- Jim Lobe, "Human Rights Watch Scores U.S. 'Hypocrisy' on 'War on Terrorism", Znet, January 17, 2002. (Inter Press Service)
- Sara Flounders, Massacre in Jenin, Human Rights Watch and the Stage-Management of Imperialism, CAQ, Fall 2002.for full article
- Paul Treanor, "Who is behind Human Rights Watch?", 8 May 2004.
- Al Giordano, "Human Rights Botch: Vivanco & Venezuela", Narcosphere, June 17, 2004.
- Oleg Popov, "Human Rights Watch as a Political Instrument of Liberal Cosmopolitan Elite of the United States Of America PART 1", www.pravoslavie.ru, November 19, 2004.
- Oleg Popov, "Human Rights Watch as a Political Instrument of Liberal Cosmopolitan Elite of the United States Of America PART 2", www.pravoslavie.ru, November 26, 2004.
- Helena Cobban, Protecting Palestinian females: HRW misses the mark, Just World News, November 7, 2006
- Jonathan Cook, "How Human Rights Watch Lost Its Way in Lebanon: The Israel Lobby Works Its Magic, Again", Counterpunch, September 7, 2006
- Sarah Leah Whitson, A Response to Jonathan Cook, Counterpunch, September 22, 2006
- Jonathan Cook, Human Rights Watch: Still Missing the Point, September 25, 2006
- Norman G. Finkelstein, "Human Rights Watch Must Retract Its Shameful Press Release", Counterpunch, November 29, 2006.
- Jonathan Cook, "Would HRW Have Attacked Martin Luther King, Too? Palestinians Are Being Denied the Right of Non-Violent Resistance?", Counterpunch, November 30, 2006.
- HRW, HRW retracts statement about "human shields", Human Rights Watch Statement on our November 22 Press Release.
- Edward S. Herman, David Peterson and George Szamuely, Human Rights Watch in Service to the War Party: Including A Review of "Weighing the Evidence: Lessons from the Slobodan Milosevic Trial", (Human Rights Watch, December, 2006), Znet, February 25, 2007.
- Michael Barker, Hijacking Human Rights, Znet, 1 August 2007.