Who we are
Citizens’ Rights Watch (CRW) is an international human rights’ NGO, working to promote spontaneous collective political and social action leading to the improvement of human rights and citizens’ life quality, the end of injustices and human rights abuses. We focus on raising awareness of human rights issues, through the monitoring, research and analysis of human rights, in respect to democracy and the rule of law in both the national and international levels.
Our Mission is to give voice to citizens’ demands for basic human rights, monitor governments' compliance to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) with focus on Economic and Social rights of every UN member state's citizen and contribute to the progressive realization of human rights around the world.
We call everyone with relevant experience or a keen interest on human rights to write for our next Newsletter (January 2016- April 2016)!
We particularly welcome volunteers, activists, academics, students, groups, NGOs, academic institutions and others to share their expertise, views, thoughts and experiences with us!
Authors are free to choose their topic - Write about any human rights issue you would like to discuss, address or raise awareness about.
Articles should be between 500-1000 words.
All submissions must be original, and exclusive to Citizens Rights Watch (CRW).
We will not consider articles that have already been published (in print or online).
Articles may be submitted in Word Format directly to the CRW Content Editor, Athanasia Zagorianou (email:firstname.lastname@example.org) by 15 of March 2016.
Please along with your article, include a small bio (max. 60 words).
CRW also accepts letters for publication, including citizens’ complaints!
Letters/complaints should preferably be between 120-200 words.
For further information, please contact: email@example.com
Submission Deadline: 15 March 2016!
Thank you for reading! Feel free to circulate!
CRW’s Editing Team
CRW Content Editor, Ms. Athanasia Zagorianou (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)