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We will take action against them and file a case with international organizations," said Faisal Fulad, a representative of the Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society.
The monitors represent four NGOs - Bahrain Transparency Association, Bahraini Jurists Society, Bahrain Public Relations Association and Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society, in addition to the National Institution for Human Rights.
BDS will work closely with Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) to keep a look out for any dirty tricks used by or against candidates.
The Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) said yesterday that it will be monitoring the commitment of several parties in society towards creating an environment that is conducive to dialogue.
MANAMA: Bahraini businessmen are calling on the authorities to postpone a decision banning the transportation of workers in open trucks, according to the Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS).
Meanwhile, the Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society said it was imperative to defeat the forces that wanted to thwart the democratic political process.
Members of the Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) and the Bahrain Human Rights Society (BHRS) have already collected evidence of alleged wrongdoing and hope to share the information with investigators.
The Lower Safety Court session has been attended by National Human Rights Organisation Tarak Al-Saffar and Alice Samaan, Gulf European Centre for Human Rights representative Salman Nasser Abdulla, Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society representative Ateyatala Rouhani and the defendants' relatives.
The Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) will provide legal assistance and inspect worksites that are in violation of safety regulations.
The 'Workers Rights in Bahrain' drive is spearheaded by the Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society and it targets more than 800,000 foreign workers in Bahrain, including 90,000 domestic workers.
The letter to Al Dhahrani and the ongoing campaign to find a solution have been backed by Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society. Its secretary general Faisal Fulad, a participant in the Dialogue, says this should be a very important issue for Bahrain's economic and human rights future.
(BNA) -- Bahrain Human Rights Watch Society (BHRWS) will launch a national and international campaign aiming to fight against the involvement of children in protests and demonstration, BHRWS' Regional and International Director Samira Al Sada stated today.
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