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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.

Amazon accused of union-busting in Midlands

Amazon has been accused of union-busting after placing anti-union messages at warehouses set to strike in 2024 over pay and conditions.

Occupied Palestine: AI and indiscriminate targeting

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

Turkey target civilian infrastructure in Rojava and Kurdish territori...

Turkish authorities come under fire for deliberately targeting water and electrical stations after October 2nd suicide bombing. Targeting civilian infrast...

Brazil: President Lula partially vetoes anti-Indigenous land rights b...

Concerns mount among Indigenous communities as to whether the veto will hold.

The Frontlines: Migrant Workers and COP28

Historical reports of poor treatment of migrant workers in the UAE are compounded as FairSquare’s investigation reveals numerous human rights violations o...

Ceasefire Statement: Sign the Petition

As the Israeli bombardment continues and hostages remain, we must demand an end to the violence to prevent further bloodshed.

Weapons Suppliers and the Israeli State: Complicity in war crimes

As the Israeli state collectively punishes the people of Palestine after Hamas’ recent attack, the bombardment of Gaza has been rightly recognised as an i...

Georgia authorities decide to not indict state troopers.

On the 18th January 2023, Manuel Esteban Paez Terán was shot, 57 times, by state troopers whilst staying at a Stop Cop City encampment protesting the dest...

ICJ case against Assad’s regime: A window of opportunity

As COP28 draws closer, the window of opportunity to prevent the Assad-regimes normalisation shrinks. The ICJ case, accusing the regime of torture conventi...

Deplorable conditions in Malaysian plastics factory

Malaysian authorities, investigating complaints from plastic factory workers, find horrendous treatment of employees.

Vietnam MUST release climate activists

Hoang Thi Minh Hong became the fifth prominent climate activist to be arrested over dubious ‘tax evasion’ charges. With states, globally, failing to meet...