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South Asia Freedom of Association

Stigmatizing narratives and implications on the exercise of the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association in South Asia: Submission to the UN Special Rapporteur on Right to Peaceful Assembly and Association

Amnesty International welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the report of the Special Rapporteur on the Freedom of Peaceful Assembly and of Association, on the theme of stigmatizing narratives and implications on the exercise of the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and association. In...

The Digital Border: Migration, Technology and Inequality

This briefing explores how migration intersects with technology, inequality, and human rights. It outlines how uses of new technology are central to a trend of violations of human rights at borders globally, and shows how states and non-state actors use various forms of technology in migration...
Mozambique Armed Conflict

Mozambique: Spotlighting IDPs’ land access issues: Amnesty International’s submission to the national committee on the revision of the land law in Mozambique

On 16 July 2020, the President of the Republic of Mozambique triggered the process of land law reform through a public consultation. The Committee for the Revision of the Law has already produced two draft bills and the final version is due soon. This is Amnesty International’s submission to the...
Europe and Central Asia Censorship and Freedom of Expression

Russia/Ukraine: 10 years of occupation of Crimea Russia is seeking to effect demographic change while suppressing Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar identities

During ten years of occupation, Russia has attempted to reshape the demography of Crimea. It has also suppressed Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar identities through restrictions on education, religion, media, representative institutions, judicial system, and cultural celebrations. Russia must end...
Americas Press Freedom

Mexico: Protect the Press

In light of the severe and relentless violence against journalists in Mexico, the most dangerous country for the press in the Western Hemisphere, in 2022 Amnesty International and the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) began working on a joint project to identify areas of opportunity to...
Social Security

Briefing: Social protection in the Digital Age

The research briefing examines some of the key issues in the global trend of the introduction of digital technologies in social protection schemes and highlights the need for greater transparency and human rights safeguards. The aim of the work is to help shine a light on this emerging risk to...