Joe Biden is set to make his first visit as president to the Middle East, during which he will meet the Saudi crown prince the US accuses of ordering the murder of a journalist.
The decision further delays migration to digital broadcasting and places strain on the urgently needed bandwidth for mobile data.
A Google engineer’s claims that a chatbot can feel things has prompted people to consider what consciousness means. It also begs the questions of the rights of sentient software and machines.
Hong Kong has seen a rapid erosion of its freedoms and human rights recently.
Making a safe and healthy work environment a human right is only the first step in ensuring governments protect workers
Boycott actions often do more harm to individual athletes than to the condemned regime.
The deforestation of the Amazon in Brazil is at its peak, with 2022 breaking all records. Deforestation threatens human rights.
The Pae Ora (Healthy Futures) Act comes into force soon but it doesn’t recognise the basic right to health, meaning the government is less accountable for delivering on its obligations.
Lawmakers around the world are making decisions about whether facial recognition technology is acceptable.
Corporate pressure campaigns usually work best in partnership with local institutions. While Russia’s civic organizations are generally weak, there are some signs of growing defiance.
Summit provides opportunity to showcase modernity of Kigali and government achievements.
The MPLA is using all instruments at its disposal to hobble a new united opposition front ahead of the Angola election.
An archaic law means many people with disability are not allowed to vote. Other countries are changing their rules and so should Australia.
A significant number of Rwanda’s LGBT community experience hostility. This includes at work and when trying to access health services.
The deal undermines every human being’s right to seek asylum and commitments enshrined in the Refugee Convention.
Without funding and thorough resources, reforms to our mental health care system will not be effective.
The situation in refugee camps in Bangladesh may offer some lessons for communities hosting Ukrainian refugees.
It is likely that countries may use the US abortion ban to further restrict abortion access for fear of losing health funding.
From sending arrivals to Rwanda to stripping citizenship without notice – it’s little wonder the government has had to fight to get this legislation passed.
South Africa does not put refugees in camps. So, the government is responsible for their protection and well-being. Its performance was hit-and-miss.