European Saudi Organization for Human Rights (ESOHR)
Founded in 2013 in response to extensive human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia, European Saudi Organization for Human Rights (ESOHR), which is based in Berlin, emerged in the face of a robust campaign aimed at suppressing civil society and curtailing the activities of human rights advocates.
ESOHR is committed to the abolition of the death penalty in Saudi Arabia. Through rigorous research, activism, and international collaboration, ESOHR works tirelessly to raise awareness about the human rights abuses associated with capital punishment in the Kingdom. ESOHR strive to highlight the flaws in the Saudi Arabian legal system that often result in unfair trials and executions. By shedding light on these issues, ESOHR aim to pressure the Saudi government to reform its policies and ultimately put an end to the death penalty. ESOHR’s efforts are instrumental in promoting the principles of justice, fairness, and human rights within the Saudi Arabian criminal justice system and on the global stage.