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Durban Watch

When a group of states collude to corrupt the meaning of human rights

The United Nations Charter promises that the organization's central principle is the equality of all men and women and of all nations large and small. The United Nations Durban Declaration and Durban conferences treat Israel differently than all other nations. The United Nations has violated that trust.

The streets of Durban, South Africa during the 2001 Durban I conference

Former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat addresses the 2001 Durban I conference

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is the first and only head of state to address the 2009 Durban II conference

Navi Pillay
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights champions Durban III