Under Attack: Emergency Campaign to Counter Richard Falk’s Attempted Shut Down of UN Watch

As a powerful response and rejoinder to Richard Falk’s unprecedented call for a Human Rights Council “investigation” designed to shut down UN Watch, an emergency campaign has been announced with the goal of raising $50,000 to help the vital organization continue — and strengthen — its frontline position fighting bigots, dictatorships and double standards at the United Nations. To contribute, please click here.

To date, almost half of the goal has been achieved, being $22,766. We hope to raise the remainder before the UNHRC session ends on June 15.

Donations and powerful expressions of support for UN Watch have poured in from hundreds of friends around the world, including people from:

Abbotsford, Albuquerque, Atlanta, Auckland, Berkeley, Bethesda, Beverly Hills, Boulder, Bronx, Brookline, Brussels, Buffalo, Cape Town, Caracas, Caulfield, Chicago, Cincinnati, Concord, Dollard-des-Ormeaux, Dover Heights, New South Wales, Australia, Edgware, Englewood, Falls Church, Forest Hills, Fort Lee, Geneva, Haifa, Hampton, Harrow, Hershey, Hillcrest, Hoboken, Hollywood, Houston, London, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Manchester, Marseille, Merrick, Miami, Monsey, Mercer Islamd, Nahariya, Nanaimo, New Rochelle, New York, Olympia, Palo Alto, Paris, Phoenix, Princeton, Raanana, Richmond, Sacramento, San Diego, San Rafael, Sandy Springs, Santa Barbara, Santa Rosa, Saratoga, Scarborough, Scarsdale, Seattle, Shaker Heights, Stamford, Stanford, Stanford, Sunny Isles Beach, Teaneck, Tel Aviv, The Hague, Thornhill, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington, West Bloomfield, West Orange, Winnipeg, Woodland Hills, and Zichron Yaacov.

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