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Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch Director: Elisabeth Leader
Human Rights Watch established a presence in Southern California more than two decades ago, convinced that the unique population, influence and resources of the region could be mobilized to defend human rights around the world. In Los Angeles and Santa Barbara, a vibrant community of supporters are engaged in raising awareness of human rights abuses, building financial support for Human Rights Watch, and strengthening HRW’s local research and advocacy.
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I am incredibly proud to support Human Rights Watch. They are vital to lifting up human rights defenders around the world, giving voice to the voiceless, and bringing a powerful spotlight to atrocities that if left in the dark, would continue. The impact of Human Rights Watch fuels hope and gives those of us that call Santa Barbara home a tangible way to support human rights everywhere and anywhere. It’s about more dignity in the world – that is what HRW’s work ultimately delivers.
Justice for All
Human Rights Watch is one of the world’s leading independent organizations dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world.
The nonprofit investigates and reports on human rights abuses globally. Advocacy is directed towards organizations, governments, businesses, armed groups, or anyone or anything else that has the power to enforce laws or develop policies and practices that uphold human rights.
All donations are used to support work in these areas and are carefully reviewed to ensure that they are consistent with the values and mission of the organization. In order to ensure unbiased and fact-based research, Human Rights Watch does not take funding from any government.
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Friends of HRW Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara Committee:
Graciela Montgomery, Co-Chair
Rita Moya, Co-Chair
Gywn Lurie, Vice Chair, Fundraising
Casey Rogers, Vice Chair, Program & Outreach
Alisa Freundlich, Vice Chair, Leadership & Governance
Sue Wagner, Vice Chair, Voices for Justice Dinner
Zegar Family Foundation
Offield Family Foundation
Otis & Bettina Chandler Foundation
Vicki Riskin & David W. Rintels
G.A. Fowler Family Foundation
Stacy & Ron Pulice
Natalie Orfalea and Lou Buglioli
Sara Miller McCune