Joint Statement: Internet Governance Forum must reverse decision to make Saudi Arabia its next host
An IGF 2024 hosted by Saudi Arabia is incompatible with the event’s multistakeholder model, as human rights risks make robust civil society engagement impossible.
Joint statement: Ahead of Khashoggi anniversary, Biden administration should reverse current policy and prioritize human rights in Saudi Arabia
Five years after Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, the Biden administration has yet to hold Saudi Arabia accountable. We join human rights organizations in calling on the Biden administration to reverse its current policy and prioritize human rights.
Elon Musk’s X must ensure safety of users, as Saudi authorities issue first death sentence solely for social media activity
Access Now joins partners in urging Elon Musk’s X to prioritize the protection of its users, following the sentencing of an individual to death by Saudi Arabian authorities solely based on their social media activity.
Alphabet shareholders want more transparency, less complacency
Saudi Arabia: Call for release of two Saudi Wikipedians
Civil Society calls for the immediate release of two Saudi doctors and internet activists arrested in 2020 for their online activism on Wikipedia.