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18 May 2020

Kuwait: 23,500 migrant workers "detained" in unsanitary & unsafe conditions under Covid amnesty

Author: Areeb Ullah, Middle East Eye

"'Like sardines': Migrant workers suffering in Kuwait's desert detention camps," 15 May 2020...

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22 April 2020

No. Africa: Govt. support for informal economy alongside businesses must be sustained beyond Covid-19

Author: Max Gallien, Middle East Eye

"How coronavirus threatens North Africa's informal workers," 15 Apr 2020...

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21 April 2020

COVID-19 poses increased risks at intersection of poverty, illegal business activities & rights defense, Front Line Defenders analysis shows

Author: Jewel Joseph & Ed O’Donovan, Front Line Defenders

"Defending rights during a pandemic: Impact of Covid-19 on the safety and work of human rights defenders", 17 Apr 2020...

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15 April 2020

Egypt: Hundreds of garment workers risk jobs and income or face unsafe work during Covid-19 pandemic

Author: Amnesty International

"Egypt: Private-sector garment workers forced to choose between health and livelihoods," 8 Apr 2020...

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9 April 2020

FIDH starts a campaign for release of imprisoned human rights defenders threatened by pandemic

Author: FIDH

"COVID-19: Jailed Human Rights Defenders Must Be Released Immediately", 08 Apr 2020...

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8 April 2020

Authoritarian leaders use COVID-19 to consolidate power & silence critics to advance their political & economic agendas

Author: Kenneth Roth, Human Rights Watch

"How Authoritarians Are Exploiting the COVID-19 Crisis to Grab Power", 03 Apr 2020...

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7 April 2020
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Author: Criterio (Honduras)

“Por propagación de contenidos pro-gobierno, Twitter remueve cuentas en Honduras”, 2 de abril de 2020...

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25 March 2020

During COVID-19 response, emergency laws should not be imposed to silence human rights defenders & must be lifted as soon as virus threat diminishes

Author: CIVICUS

"CIVICUS: States should put human rights at the centre of all responses to COVID-19", 24 Mar 2020...

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16 March 2020

Tourah Cement lawsuit (re workers’ prison charge for illegal protest, Egypt)

Snapshot: On 23 May 2017, 32 workers from Tourah Portland Cement Company, a subsidiary of HeidelbergCement in Egypt were arrested and brought to trial for assaulting a police captain, obstructing justice and using violence to resist authorities. This...

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10 February 2020

UK Govt. hosts NSO Group at closed trade show following allegations of spyware technology being used to target human rights activists

The UK Home Office announced on 6 February 2020 that NSO Group would be one of 300 firms invited to exhibit their products at the three-day, closed trade show. This is following allegations against NSO Group that its technology was used to target human...

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