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Travel after Brexit: Did you know?

When the transition period comes to an end on 1 January 2021, there will be significant changes to travel to the EU, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein. Did you know that you may need to renew your passport early to travel in the EU?You may need to renew your British passport earlier if you’re traveling from 1 January 2021. When you travel, your passport must be valid for at least … Read more →

Ahmet Altan: Top Turkish court says journalist’s rights not violated in “most urgent” press freedom case

Ahmet Altan, an imprisoned Turkish writer and journalist, has topped the December 2020 ranking of the One Free Press Coalition’s “10 Most Urgent” list of press freedom cases. Altan, described by Amnesty International as a “prisoner of conscience”, was first arrested in September 2016 as part of the Turkish government’s media purge following the failed coup d’état. He was accused of encouraging planners of the coup with “subliminal messages” via … Read more →

Facebook and Google ‘complicit’ in Vietnamese censorship campaign

A new report, published by Amnesty International, has accused tech giants Facebook and Google of “far-reaching complicity” for their role in enabling the repression of dissent in Vietnam. The 78-page report states that Facebook and YouTube are complicit in “censorship and repression on an industrial scale”, calling their operations an “alarming sign” of how these companies continue to function under repressive authoritarian governments. In April 2020, Facebook complied with a … Read more →

France: Police use tear gas against protesters at demonstrations against new law

Tens of thousands took to the streets of France on 28 November to protest the new law which makes filming or photographing a police officer a criminal offence. Protestors were met with tear gas and violence from the police. What is the new law? Article 24 is an amendment to France’s global security legislation, proposed in October by President Macron’s ‘La République En Marche’ party and its ally, ‘Agir’. The … Read more →

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#PutHumanRightsFirst

2020 has been an unprecedented year for us all. The effects of the pandemic has left many combatting crisis, some more than others. And while the world is learning to adapt we must now more than ever address Inequalities, end discrimination and build solidarity to avoid leaving vulnerable groups with greater risk. Now more than ever we must #PutHumanRightsFirst. Who are the world’s most vulnerable? Refugees Overcrowded and unhygienic refugee

#TurkeyTribunal

The Turkey Tribunal has been set up in collaboration with International Observatory of Human Rights to establish a framework to review the current situation in Turkey and the promises made by the Turkish government to improve their dire human rights record.

#SaveYemeniJournalists

The International Observatory of Human Rights is calling for the immediate and unconditional release of 4 innocent Yemeni journalists who have been sentenced to death by the Houthis for simply doing their job of covering the war in Yemen.

#TruthBeTold

The Coronavirus pandemic is the first global health emergency to impact everyone. The primary news narrative has followed its spread around the world too however the mutation of that news into misinformation has been as contagious as coronavirus.

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Combatting disinformation: exploring the options

The International Observatory of Human Rights and the International Center for Journalists invite you to a webinar exploring the tools and options that exist to combat disinformation. What actions are the media industry and online platforms taking and how can trust in the media be increased? On a national level, how are governments tackling this issue and what legislative options are available? … Read more →