Director of the International Observatory of Human Rights and the Trustee Director of the Royal Caledonian Educational Trust. She employs her global experience in digital transformation and TV to highlight human rights violations worldwide and through various channels including the IOHR Human Rights web TV.
Who we are
The International Observatory of Human Rights was established in 2017 in London as an independent non-profit and non-governmental organisation.
The team is made up of human rights professionals, lawyers, researchers, award-winning journalists and academics of diverse backgrounds and nationalities.
IOHR utilises its unique access and the expertise of its multilingual staff to advocate for human rights worldwide.
The International Observatory of Human Rights has created partnerships with local and international human rights groups. The IOHR advocacy team meets with governments, members of parliament and global groups such as the European Union, the Council of Europe, the United Nations and businesses to drive and promote positive changes and push for justice and the respect of human rights worldwide.
The International Observatory of Human Rights exposes and investigates human rights violations. Our independence and international reach gives us leverage to work with global movements to defend the dignity of people stripped of their rights, for example unjustly jailed journalists, human rights defenders, refugees and victims of oppression.