State Policies

GLP launches legal proceedings over heavily redacted NHS/Palantir dea...

The Good Law Project has launched legal proceedings to reveal the full partnership document, released in December and heavily redacted, over concerning pa...

Savannah Resources embarks on controversial lithium mining project in...

London-based Savannah Resources embarks on a lithium mining project, set to become Western Europe’s largest mine for the precious metal, but has encounter...

Gaza Coast mining under Israeli licenses violates international law

A number of Palestinian Human Rights Groups have sent notices to a several companies who have won bids to explore/exploit natural gas deposits that spread...

International Community, particularly big tech, must do more for Myan...

The military junta’s increasingly tight grip on civil society stretches beyond physical space and into online platforms.

Siekopai win back ancestral territory after forcible displacement

After forcible displacement over 80 years ago, indigenous community, Siekopai, have won back their territory in a monumental legal case in Ecuador.

Italy combat poor treatment of agricultural labourers

Italian state continues to combat the caporalato system.

Indonesia prepare case against Israel for “blatant violation of inter...

Foreign Minister, Retno Marsudi announces intent at the ICJ, due to begin in mid February.

The urgency of AI regulatory framework: Sunak must listen to experts

Sunak and his ministers continue to downplay the importance of regulations despite widespread calls for their implementation.

Junior doctors cite poor conditions and pay cuts for continued strike...

The BMA and individual junior doctors have consistently cited difficult working conditions and real term pay cuts as cause for concern for the long-term v...

Occupied Palestine: AI and indiscriminate targeting

AI targeting as a means of reducing civilian casualties in Palestine: a fallacy

Canadian mining company files notice of intent with Panama after mine...

Celebrations occur in Panama as the Supreme Court bans excavation of Cobre copper mine, but concern rises as First Quantum, who own the mining concessions...

Israeli state looks to Sri Lanka to fill Palestinian positions after...

The Israeli state has looked to fill vacant positions in crucial sectors like agriculture and construction after the apartheid state banned indigenous wor...