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Championing inclusive societies

Millions of people miss out on basic rights because they are different. We work with minorities and indigenous peoples in defence of their rights.

Enhancing grassroots organizational resilience in a shrinking civic space

Grassroots civil society organizations in the MENA region are excluded from high-level policy spaces and lack sufficient skills to influence policy.

MRG and partners in Brazil submit a report on Black and indigenous children with disabilities

One year on from the start of the crisis, violations of migrants’ rights continue in Tunisia

We must urgently address the systematic violations and xenophobic campaigns against sub-Saharan migrants in Tunisia.

‘Easy Way Out’: pioneering legislative theatre for minority rights in Croatia

The ‘Easy Way Out’ project pioneers legislative theatre workshops, enabling Romani activists to shape local legal regulations.

A crowd of Rwandans at vigil. They hold candles that light up their faces in darkness.
The world ending before us: remembering 1994

Working on minority rights is crucial because when people start dividing themselves, that’s when genocide begins.

Türkiye’s local elections: the minority lens

Tomorrow, millions of people in Türkiye will head to the polls and vote in local elections.

Advocacy: a crucial tool for human rights defenders

Hear from training participants about the importance of advocacy as a tool for ensuring a society without discrimination.

To Belong: An intimate self-portrait of the life of a Dalit in Nepal

Kumar shows us scenes from his daily life as he reflects on a life affected by caste-based discrimination.

MRG urges action on Batwa rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Marginalized and impoverished, DRC’s Batwa suffer human rights abuses perpetrated by park guards and military forces.

MRG warns against escalating violence against Bedouin communities in the West Bank

The Human Rights Council must address the escalating violence against Bedouin communities by Israeli settlers in the West Bank.

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Celebrating Batwa heritage

Help us create the first Batwa-led cultural centre in Kanungu district, Uganda. It will be a space where the indigenous Batwa community can pass on their traditional knowledge and preserve their cultural heritage for youth and future generations.

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kasietKasiet Mamyrbay, daughter of detained human rights activist Rita Karasartova, speaking during the #Reaction march, a peaceful protest supporting prisoners in the Kempir-Abad case. Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. 25 November 2022. Credit: Danil Usmanov.