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Algorithms favouring deceptive content are violating your basic rights
What we need to fix this is the buy-in of all the players. Digital companies, big and small, and governments must commit to regulating the right way, Tawfik Jelassi writes.
Retrospective facial recognition tech conceals human rights abuses
With the AI Act, the EU has a unique opportunity to end rampant abuse facilitated by mass surveillance technologies, Ella Jakubowska, Hajira Maryam and Matt Mahmoudi write.
Watch: The six friction points currently straining EU-China relations
Relations between the two powers have become visibly fraught, with suspicions and warnings voiced in public view.
Russian father convicted for criticising the war arrested in Belarus
A Russian court on Tuesday convicted a single father over social media posts criticising the war in Ukraine and sentenced him to two years in prison - a case brought to the attention of authorities by his daughter’s drawings against the invasion at school.
How does Frontex get away with 'plain murder'?
Evidence has amassed in recent years that Frontex has violated human rights at Europe’s borders – but the border agency is surprisingly hard to hold to account.
Amnesty denounces the West's 'racist double standards'
Amnesty International's annual report draws attention to the West's "racist double standards" in dealing with human rights violations.
Afghan boys unaware school year has started, return to class days late
Many Afghan boys, unaware that the school year has started, return to class days late after the Taliban authorities fail to make a public announcement of the reopening of schools.
Ukrainian children deported to Russia face uncertain future
Thousands of Ukrainian children are being forced into a system designed to turn them into Russians.
Police in Russia detain human rights activists
Russian authorities on Tuesday detained human rights activists including members of the Nobel-winning Memorial organisation after raids on homes and offices
Children of mixed marriages in Cyprus struggle to obtain citizenship
The children of mixed marriages in Cyprus, some are now adults, are claiming that they are unable to obtain a citizenship from the Republic of Cyprus, despite being born in the island and having a parent who has a citizenship from the RoC, due to their Turkish roots.
Armenian production 'Aurora's Sunrise' wins Grand Prize at FIFDH
The International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) encourages participants to consider human rights at the crossroads of their continuity, breakdown and development
Russia 'will have to make a stop in The Hague on their way to hell'
Russia 'will have to make a stop in The Hague on their way to hell' after ICC arrest warrant
International Criminal Court issues arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin
The charges are in connection with the forced removal of Ukrainian children who were taken to Russia against their will.
Marking 75th anniversary of UN Human Rights Declaration through film
Like every year, the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH), is held in March in Geneva, parallel to the main session of the UN Human Rights Council.
UK citizens lose most if country exits ECHR, warns expert
Britain's government has threatened to pull out of the landmark treaty in order to allow a crackdown on migration.
Geneva human rights film festival targets violations and global crises
Around 40,000 people are expected to attend screenings and debates in 80 different locations around the international capital of human rights.
Biden commemorates Bloody Sunday in Selma
During his speech, the president addressed current voting issues and stricter gun control.
US Secretary of the Treasury pledges an additional €1 billion to Kyiv
Yellen expressed that this was the first tranche of an additional €10 billion that the United States will send to Kyiv in the coming months.
Bucha: City hit by Russian atrocities opens doors to other war victims
The city near Kyiv that was the scene of mass torture and murder committed by Russian soldiers is now helping those afflicted by war from other parts of Ukraine
'Sad, angry, betrayed': Sanna Marin's indigenous rights reforms fail
Finland's right-wing parties decided there wasn't enough time for a parliament committee to discuss the new Sámi rights laws.