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Observations

The following criteria need to be met when submitting an observation form (see ‘Contact Us’) to one of our expert teams:

  • The events described in the form need to be real, based on solid evidence and careful investigation.
  • With their form, observers should fully describe the event in detail and independently give the real picture of the incident, being neutral and rational.
  • The description of the events needs to range between 3,000-5,000 words.
  • No pieces of political propaganda will be accepted.
  • The observation must be submitted exclusively to our association, as it will be copyrighted by UHRRA.
  • There is no financial reward for submitting an observation form
  • Eligible UHRRA observers need to have at least one university degree.
  • Observers’ personal information will remain confidential and will not be published or otherwise communicated, unless we have their consent to do so. This is for protecting their identity in case they live in a country where such actions would warrant governmental retribution.
  • Observers can provide photographs, video or sound clips in an electronic form together with their observation form in order to back up their story with substantial evidence.
  • An observer can provide a photograph of him/herself in order to obtain an UHRRA Observer Card. These will remain confidential.
  • We welcome criticism, complaints or new ideas about how todevelop UHRRA into a more efficient human rights network. Our team reads all emails in a daily basis.

Topics on which observers should focus are:

  • Absolutism
  • Access to education
  • Access to higher education
  • Access to medical care
  • Caste
  • Censorship of journalists
  • Censorship of scientists
  • Child labor
  • Civil society
  • Civilization
  • Crime 
  • Democracy
  • Dictatorship
  • Discrimination
  • Documentation
  • Employment
  • Environmental damage
  • Exploitation
  • Extremism 
  • Fascism
  • Freedom of speech
  • Genocide
  • Globalization
  • Human rights violation
  • Human trafficking
  • Hygiene
  • Immigration
  • Incorporation to the society
  • Infectious disease
  • Living standards
  • Malnutrition
  • Media freedom
  • National building
  • Police abuse
  • Political asylum
  • Poverty
  • Prosperity
  • Prostitution
  • Racism
  • Rape
  • Religious rights
  • Safety
  • Secularism
  • Terrorism
  • Torture
  • Tribalism
  • Vandalism
  • Violence
  • Voting rights
  • War

 

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