COP28: UAE authorities must stop greenwashing human rights abuses
19 civil society organizations call on US administration to press the UAE to release Ahmed Mansoor ahead of COP 28
In a joint letter to U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, we urge him to call upon the UAE government to promptly and unconditionally release Ahmed Mansoor.
Join our Statement for the Protection of Digital Rights Defenders
Civil society is standing together to defend security researchers and trainers who act to protect and promote human rights. Join us to demand strong protection of their work and recognition as human rights defenders.
Export bans alone won’t stop surveillance — we need a new global approach
The impact that surveillance technology has had on vulnerable individuals and members of at-risk communities demonstrates why comprehensive, systemic regulation of this industry is both necessary and urgent.
April 2019: Open letter to Novalpina Capital, cc: NSO Group, Francisco Partners
The new owners of NSO Group continue to fail to demonstrate how they plan to prevent use of their surveillance products to harm human rights.
Open letter to Novalpina Capital
As an owner of NSO Group, Novalpina must take action to address the human rights impacts of the company’s products and services.
Saving free expression in MENA: what happens after Khashoggi’s death?
The international community must act to investigate the evident murder of Jamal Khashoggi, and to amplify Arab voices.
Free expression in MENA: death by a thousand cuts
Across the region, authorities are leveraging accusations of “fake news” and imposing harsh prison sentences — in some cases, 10 years — based on what an advocate has posted online.