UAE Prison.com, an online, early version of social justice webportal devoted in the promotion and protection of human
rights. It started publication in 1996 under "Geocities" United States long before the organizations such as Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights or any other NGO's fighting individual violations of Human Rights in the UAE.
While putting up the site we have performed extensive research to present the facts in purest sense. All our research and findings have been incorporated in the website and where ever possible we have tried to include our references for the source of our information. Our campaign has already met with some success and we were able to impart a severe pressure on UAE government for performing its duties.
Our research is on-going and we expect all likeminded people to help us with their valuable excerpts to raise voice against the atrocities of UAE government. You can contribute some literature with references about any such human rights violations issues that come to your notice.
We thank all those people and organizations who have helped us with news and support.
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To handle our workload, we are looking forward primarily on contributions from individual donors.
Your support as a DONOR will help us to solve operating
expenses such as staffing expenditure, corporate overheads etc.
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UAE Prison together with our well wishers are launching an action plan for
Justice, a campaign of telling the truth about 'the gloom behind the glitter' in
United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Behind The Glitter !
||A government which
hesitates to observe the basic tenets of human rights and justice.
||The political leaders and
upper class Society that regularly and ridiculously disobeys the
||The suffering of the
inmates of the prisons under inhuman condition.
||The hypocrisy, arrogance
and brutality of the Police and law enforcement agencies.
||The harsh experiences of
the expatriates under this autocratic framework.
Fundamental human rights are
designed to protect the inherent dignity of the human person, no matter what his
or her culture or background. These are set forth in
international instruments which have been adopted by countries from all
regions of the world.
We hope you will join us to fight for our demands and the future of our illegaly
imprisoned brothers and sisters.