While I was meeting the people of Balochistan at their protest in Geneva, I heard Raheel Raza was in town. Raheel is a well-known anti-terrorism and human rights activist.
She supports the plight of Balochistan, and had spent the day standing up to Islamic countries in the United Nations who continue to lie about their human rights violations.
I told Raheel that I've long considered the United Nations to be useless, but she shed some interesting light on the topic.
Hear how Raheel and other activists hold the United Nations to account, defend the rights of minority peoples, and how they are a thorn in the side of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation.