Nazish Dholakia, Human Rights Watch

Nazish Dholakia

Human Rights Watch

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Nazish:

Interview: Photographing the Impact of Myanmar’s Land Confiscations

While today’s headlines about Myanmar focus on crimes against humanity and the ethnic cleansing of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims, a story just as consequential and longer in the making has gone largely unreported. → Read More

Bullied as a Child, Gay Filipino Comes Into His Own

[[nid:305582 field_ne_alignment=_none]] Patrick’s knees were shaking as he marched with his university in the Pride Parade in the Philippine capital, Manila. “It’s a big step for me,” he said. “To accept my sexuality and to come out of the closet.” → Read More

Philippines: LGBT Students Face Bullying, Abuse

LGBT students in the Philippines are often the targets of ridicule and even violence. And in many instances, teachers and administrators are participating in this mistreatment → Read More

US/California: Thousands of Immigrant Parents Detained

The rights of immigrants in the United States, including the parents of US citizens, are under greater threat than ever, especially people held in the immigration detention system. 15 percent of all US immigration detainees are held in California. → Read More

Witness: A Needless Death in US Immigration Detention

When Tiombe Kimana Carlos committed suicide at 34, she had spent two-and-a-half years in immigration detention at York County Prison in Pennsylvania. And, according to her lawyer, there was no end in sight. → Read More

Park Avenue Armory gets a new weapon in its arsenal

Melanie Forman started last week as the nonprofit's new chief development officer → Read More

Tech vet develops new systems for ad e-space

Most recently vice president of product development at Dassault Systèmes GEOVIA, John Vandermay was named chief technology officer at Collective. → Read More

Is more cellphone service in subways good or bad?

Cellphone service is being added to 40 additional subway stations—11 in Manhattan and 29 in Queens—allowing more New Yorkers to check email on their commutes. A new Transit Wireless Wi-Fi service has rolled out across most of the 76 stations that now have wireless connectivity, replacing the old Boingo platform, which was a frequent cause of customer complaints, reports Crain’s. The next… → Read More

It all ads up for Saatchi's new CTO

Christopher Kief will help the ad company's clients build digital products. → Read More

See Spot run with a new CEO

Jeffrey Ginsberg joins the doggie day-care provider as chief executive officer. → Read More

Undertone CEO

Companies with recent Executive Moves include Undertone, Taboola, BBH, PulsePoint, Mount Sinai Health System, Legal Services NYC and more. → Read More

Lincoln Center exec turns to city neighborhoods

Janet Torres, the new director of government and community engagement, eyes outreach efforts. → Read More

A new twist for software company

CrowdTwist names Chuck Ellison president and COO. → Read More

Rob Andrews brings a sense of style to Kimpton

The boutique chain hires a New York City director of operations. → Read More

Advent of a new era at investment firm

Kris Haber joins Manhattan-based Advent Capital Management as chief operating officer. → Read More

Lubin biz school grad returns as director

Most recently chief financial officer of Fidelity Investments, Robert Chersi was named executive director of the Lubin School of Business' Center for Global Governance, Reporting and Regulation. → Read More

Marketing exec gets P. Diddy's praise

Most recently executive vice president at Iconix Brand Group, Jameel Spencer was named chief marketing officer for Sequential Brands Group. → Read More