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Immediately Repeal Emergency Regulation that Threatens Online Freedoms in Thailand
Citizen Lab, Microsoft collaborate to investigate spyware sold by foreign firm: CBC, Guardian
Human Rights Council Adopts Universal Periodic Review Outcomes of Oman, Austria, and Rwanda
Human Rights Council Adopts Universal Periodic Review Outcomes of Federated States of Micronesia, Lebanon, Mauritania
Human Rights Council Adopts Universal Periodic Review Outcomes of Australia, Saint Lucia, and Nepal
Over Past Year, More than 35,000 People Have Been Arbitrarily Detained in Belarus
COVID, State surveillance, smartphones, mega tech-corporations and artificial intelligence are only a few of themes which will
Houthis Subject Model to Unfair Trial: Yemen
Limiting Patent Protections for COVID-19 Related Medical Products Will Facilitate Access to Lower-cost Generic Versions of COVID-19 Vaccines
High Commissioner for Human Rights Presents Report on Situation of Human Rights
UN Rights Council needs to address China, Ethiopia, systemic racism and climate change
Overseer of Mass Executions Elected President: Iran
Commute Death Sentences for Rab’a Protestors
Use Article 7 Now to Protect European Values: EU
Abuse, Discrimination in Immigration Detention: Canada
Protect Lives on Central Mediterranean Route: EU
Twenty Steps to Protect People on Move Along Central Mediterranean Route: Plan of Action
NGOs Call for UN Human Rights Council Resolution on Tigray
Escalating Attacks on Journalists: Pakistan
Global Coalition Urge Indonesia Minister of ICT To Repeal MR5: statement
President Should Act to Unshackle Freedoms
Human Rights Council Establishes International Commission of Inquiry to Investigate Violations
Ukraine Airline Victims’ Families Harassed, Abused: Iran
Google Should Halt “Cloud Region”: Saudi Arabia
Urgently Address Covid-19 Outbreak in Prisons: Cambodia
Statement Calls for Immediate Release of Poet Detained for a Year Without Charge: Sri Lanka
Governments Should Urge Xinjiang Inquiry: UN
Prioritize Rights at India Summit: EU
Pass PRO Act to Empower Workers, Protect Rights: US
Prioritize Justice for Serious Crimes: DR Congo
Statement on France’s Deportation of Chechen Asylum Seeker to Russia Despite Risk of Torture
Release Omar Radi and Guarantee Fair Trial Proceedings: Morocco
NGO Law Would Strike ‘Severe Blow’ to Human Rights: Thailand
UNAIDS joins human rights community in mourning Christof Heyns, legal academic and expert
Robustly Carry Out New Surveillance Tech Rules: EU
Human Rights Council Holds Interactive Dialogue on Human Rights
Xinjiang Foreign Secretary statement to House of Commons, 22 March 2021
Waverley Council celebrates International Women’s Day
A passion for learning drives Fortescue’s CEO for a Day
Prominent former Socceroos receive Australia Day Honours
Human rights advocate inspires next generation
Foreign Secretary on situation in Xinjiang and Government’s response
Grave fears for Julian Assange’s wellbeing. Morrison must act: Greens
Community organisations slam decision to continue discriminatory and punitive Cashless Debit Card
Campaigners warn that 9 out of 10 people in poor countries are set to miss out on COVID-19 vaccine
Australian workers and unions join global Amazon protests as report highlights worker abuses
Workers protest at Amazon on Black Friday global day of action
2020 Kep Enderby Memorial Lecture