Learn about Marsad

Who Are We?

We are a non-profit organisation that is interested in the rights advocacy and media field to support Muslim minorities worldwide.


Our Vision:

It is to provide political, legal, economical and social empowerment to all Muslim minorities Who may be deemed vulnerable groups.


Our Mission:

The Monitor was founded to promote and defend rights of Muslim minorities through the International laws’ mechanisms.

We work to break the silence regarding groups or individuals who were victims or threatened to be murdered or tortured or to be subjected to arbitrary detention or forced disappearance. Taking into account that the right to physical and psychological safety, civil and political rights are basic human rights.

We are planning to achieve an international cooperation to protect human rights and to contribute to fill the information void; because we believe that great missions require accurate regularly updated information.

We seek to implement and generalise the human rights culture by training and sharing it amongst communities which needs it the most, particularly amongst Muslim minorities.


Our Objectives:

  1. To pressure all governments that discriminate against its citizens of marginalised Muslim minorities within available means and mechanisms so that the minorities could have at least their basic rights.
  2. To lead cooperation amongst all relevant parties; institutions, organisations, unities, formal and informal forums and all entities that address the legal framework of the rights of minorities to achieve an extraordinary integration between the needs of the minorities and the resources of the organisations.
  3. To create a professional, universal and rising media awareness of Muslim minorities issues not limited to a race, region or urgent crisis.
  4. To build human and institutional capacities through providing training to social and institutional leaders and and provide them with the legal culture and the means to spread it amongst the community.
  5. To foresee the future vision for Muslim minorities, defining the potential risks and obstacles that could be involved, especially the developing minorities that gradually transform to formal citizens in their new countries


Our Values:

  • Transparency.
  • Justice
  • Bestowal.
  • Rapidity


Our Priorities:

We seek to answer the following three questions:

  • What is the most needing Muslim minority in the world?
  • What are the most needed priorities to each Muslim minority?
  • What are the available resources to raise awareness amongst the least connectable groups?


With Whom Do We Work?

We work with all individuals and entities who are interested in rights advocacy at domestic and international levels.


How Do We Work?

We work via social campaigns on digital platforms, annual reports, formal statement, documentation of violations of human rights, notifying international organisations of violations, cooperation with the media, advocacy campaigns, capacity building and training and attracting others to support us,


Our Funding Policy:

  • We accept public unconditional funds from individuals, institutions, organisations or entities supporting, sympathising or interested in supporting Muslim minorities.
  • We do not accept any conditional funds that contradict with our values, vision, objectives or the interests of Muslim minorities.
  • We do not accept any funds from any governmental entities or any entities that was proven to or suspected to be involved in human rights violations.


Muslim Minorities Monitor

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