What we do

Our knowledge base gives us a strong basis to advocate and engage political leadership, UN bodies, civil society actors and wider public on matters of human rights violation and humanitarian crisis.


Our team of lawyers, techies, public policy and human rights experts independently investigate pressing issues of violence, hate speech and systematic oppression


We work with civil society actors, networks, international bodies to advocate for system-change for a progressive and open society.


We use our collective power to organize demonstrations, dialogue and discourse to amplify progressive voices.

Guiding principles

We work cooperatively with all individuals and groups at all levels committed to the fight against hatespeech and associated violence, subject only to the policies and priorities set by our governing bodies.

We undertake to be respectful, open, honest and accountable in our relationships with everyone we work with, and with each other.

We are democratic, politically non-partisan and non-sectarian in our work.

The positions we take is based on sound, objective and professional analysis and high standards of research.

We accept funding that does not compromise our ability to address issues freely, thoroughly, and objectively.

We provide accurate and timely reports of our activities to our stakeholders.

We strictly adhere to human rights and humanitarian values as enshrined in UDHR.

As part of a global movement, we stand in solidarity with each other.