This report explains the evolving freedom of expression and privacy risks in the Information and Communications Technology (IcT) industry.
15 results found
This paper gives an overview of different initiatives in the area of protecting and strengthening the efforts of cyber activists.
The Izmir-based Human Rights Agenda Association (HRAA) believes that human rights are values that are above all political ideologies and views. Therefore, it aims to sensitize the public conscience towards human rights violations and issues reports based on universal human rights. HRAA not only deals with long-standing human rights problems, such as torture and freedom…
The equality and non-discrimination guarantee provided by international human rights law applies to all people, regardless of sex, sexual orientation and gender identity or
This short infographic video provides and overview of the history of LGBT rights since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the UN General Assembly in 1948, and discusses human rights abuses still facing LGBT people. LGBT people continue to face issues including discrimination, brutal violence, torture, kidnapping, and even murder.
The Committee to Protect Journalists works closely with freedom of expression organizations around the world to combat impunity. We encourage you to explore the resources available from these Philippine, Russian, and international organizations.
The IFEX network of organizations is connected by a shared commitment to defend and promote freedom of expression as a fundamental human right. IFEX advocates for the free expression rights of all, including media workers, citizen journalists, activists, artists, scholars.
SaharaReporters is a groundbreaking website that encourages citizen journalists to report ongoing corruption and government malfeasance in Africa. Using photos, text, and video dynamically, the site informs and prompts concerned African citizens and activists globally to act, denouncing officially-sanctioned corruption, the material impoverishment of its citizenry, defilement of the environment, and the callous disregard of…
International Mission to Bahrain Report – Justice Denied in Bahrain: Freedom of Expression and Assem
This report documents the findings of a delegation comprised of representatives from six international rights groups, which carried out a fact-finding mission in November 2011 to gain an understanding of the state of free expression and the status of human rights defenders in Bahrain. The 11 recommendations made in this report include calls to end the harassment, imprisonment and prosecution of Bahraini citizens for what essentially amount to persecution of free expression and legitimate human rights work.