Human Rights Watch and World Press Photo are partnering to report on a dramatically changing region in the aftermath of the Arab Spring. With the Dutch Postcode Lottery’s support, Human Rights Watch is documenting rights violations and pressing new governments to remedy them, while World Press Photo is training the region’s next generation of visual journalists.
Human Rights Watch and Hivos are partnering to advance the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people in sub-Saharan Africa. Supported by the Dutch Postcode Lottery, Human Rights Watch is documenting and pressing for an end to violence against LGBT communities, while Hivos is training brave LGBT activists to promote tolerance throughout the region.
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