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Campaigning for Human Rights is a California based non-profit organization founded by Sam Nejabat, a graduate of University of California Berkeley and Dartmouth College. Our goal is to prevent human rights violations by spreading awareness and conducting groundbreaking research. We generate awareness about global human rights issues by collaborating with other human rights organizations to disseminate information and communicate the need for change. Campaigning for Human Rights hosts human rights awareness events in the United States and abroad. Using modern technology, we are able to communicate with citizens across many countries, research human rights violations facing different groups of people, and work collaboratively to prevent future violations.

Our advisory board consists of leading human rights activists Marjorie Cohn and Linda Keller. Marjorie Cohn has written extensive scholarly articles on Human Rights for the Huffington Post and has also appeared on CNN, Fox News, and BBC for her human rights work and human rights novels. Linda Keller is a professor of law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law and has been published in human rights journals such as the American University International Law Review. Learn more about our work, ideas, and our founder by exploring the links above.