"As Media Director of Human Rights Watch, Minky Worden works with the world’s journalists to help them cover crises, wars, human rights abuses and political developments in more than 70 countries worldwide. Before joining Human Rights Watch in 1998, Ms. Worden lived and worked in Hong Kong as an adviser to Democratic Party chairman Martin Lee and worked at the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. as a speechwriter for the U.S. Attorney General and in the Executive Office for US Attorneys. A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Ms. Worden speaks Cantonese and German, and is an elected member of the Overseas Press Club's Board of Governors. She is the co-editor of Torture, published by the New Press in 2005." 
- China's Great Leap: The Beijing Games and Olympian Human Rights Challenges A new book by Minky Worden, Media Director at Human Rights Watch, With an introduction by Nicholas Kristof (Seven Stories Press, May 2008) (contributors include: John Kamm, Wang Dan, Bao Tong, Liu Xiaobo, Han Dongfang, Bao Tong, Martin Lee, Jimmy Lai, Christine Loh, Nicholas Kristof, Mei Fong, Frank Ching, Emily Parker, Joseph Amon, Arvind Ganesan, Phelim Kine, Sophie Richardson, Kenneth Roth, Mickey Spiegel, Minky Worden, Sharon Hom, Jerome Cohen, R. Scott Greathead, Dick Pound, Dave Zirin, Kadir van Lohuizen)
- Torture: Does it Make Us Safer? Is It Ever OK?: A Human Rights Perspective by Kenneth Roth (Editor), Minky Worden (Editor), Amy D. Bernstein (Editor) (New Press, 2005)
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- CHINA’S GREAT LEAP, Human Rights Watch, accessed June 20, 2008.