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States must go beyond ensuring basic access... to empower citizens

Geneva

Access to information is a fundamental right that needs to be realised in support of economic, social and cultural rights (ESCRs) – whether it’s information on life skills, social security grants, science and culture, or access to legal or educational resources. Access to information is also high on the global sustainable development agenda.

The problem with “development” – linking infrastructure to content indicators

Geneva

Responding to reports by the special rapporteurs on migrants and extreme poverty at the 32nd session of the Human Rights Council (HRC) in Geneva, the government of Botswana had something interesting to say. It sai

Internet rights at the Human Rights Council 32nd session

GENEVA 12 June 2016 (Deborah Brown (APC); Deniz Duru Aydin and Peter Micek (Access Now))

The 32nd session of the Human Rights Council is taking place from 13 June to 1 July in Geneva. Internet rights will be discussed coinciding with the tenth anniversary of the Council.

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Towards Pakistan’s upcoming review at the Human Rights Council

Geneva

Side event on Pakistan at HRC 31st sessionSide event on Pakistan at HRC 31st session

Although the expansive mahogany-panelled rooms of the UN’s imposing buildings can seem a world away from the daily realities of human rights defenders, events like Pakistan: Towards the 3rd Cycle of the UPR

Suggestions for right to privacy-related questions to be included in the list of issues on South Africa, Human Rights Committee

By Privacy International, Right2Know, and the Association for Progressive Communications (April 2015, APC )

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Submission in advance of the consideration of the periodic report of South Africa, Human Rights Committee

By Privacy International, Right2Know, and the Association for Progressive Communications (March 2016, APC )

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Violations of freedom of expression in the name of religion increasingly taking place online, impacting women and sexual minorities

17 February 2016 (APC and Bytes for All, Pakistan)

Violations of freedom of expression in the name of religion, are increasingly taking place online, and disproportionally impact women and sexual minorities.

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