Policy Brief: Boris the Big Brother

​The Government of British PM, Boris Johnson risks creating a wild west where peoples’ personal information will be exploited for profit and political purposes.

Libya: New cybercrime law must be rescinded

Libya: New cybercrime law must be rescinded

Egypt needs to urgently pass its new draft labour law with its oversight mechanism

It should be accompanied by an oversight mechanism to preserve the rights of millions of workers

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Why the privatisation of health sector is a roadblock on the way to universal health coverage

Privatisation increases discrimination towards those who cannot afford private insurance
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Ghana: Apocalyptic scenes of gold mine truck explosion, Canadian Kinross Company liable

The explosion of a truck carrying explosives to a goldmine in Ghana managed by the Canadian Kinross compan...
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Webinar: Spyware, Surveillance, and Civil Liberties

ImpACT International brought together leading human rights campaigners and privacy activists to chart a way towards stopping the growing use of this dange...

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