Impunity Watch (Solidaridad)
"Solidaridad launched Impunity Watch in 2005, with the aim of resisting impunity and helping establish the rule of law so that communities can recover from their terrible history...
"In total there are thirteen people now working for Impunity Watch – three team members in our headquarters in Utrecht (Marlies Stappers, Ana Uzelac and Susan Kemp), one coordinator in each country (Christine Beauchot and Ljiljana Hellmann, both on the photo) and at least one researcher in each of our eight partner organizations, working on data gathering and analysis...
"The basis for every successful research is a good method, and after a year of intensive work, Impunity Watch has finalized its research methodology and has begun preliminary data collection in Serbia and Guatemala. In this work IW has been supported by a number of experts in the development of methodologies and indicators, including the leading expert in the field, Prof. Todd Landman of the Department of Government at Essex University (UK), who conducted the final review of the methodology in December 2006. Our partner organizations in Guatemala and Serbia have undertaken to adjust the methodology to local circumstances in the course of February 2007 and we plan to start using it this March." 
- Nico Roozen, Executive Director
Partner organizations 
- Instituto de Estudios Comparados en Ciencias Penales de Guatemala (ICCPG)
- Fundación Myrna Mack (FMM)
- Centro para la Acción Legal en Derechos Humanos (CALDH)
- Centro de Documentación e Investigación Maya (CEDIM)
- Humanitarian Law Centre (HLC)
- Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia (HCHRS)
- Lawyers Committee for Human Rights (YUCOM)
- Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR)