Long-established charity and campaign group that has fought for the right to privacy since 1990.
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Photographs from demonstrations in the UK over the past 20 years that the photographer has attended.
Independent non-profit organisation based in Germany, monitoring human rights at home and abroad. Funded by the German Federal Parliament.
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OONI monitors network-level blocking of internet access, which is usually by governments or ISPs, and flags up any mass internet blocks or other interference. They also develop FOSS tools for carrying out this monitoring.
Research and development project to develop next generation technologies that put users first, to protect them from exploitation and privacy invasion by online service providers. Partly funded by the European Union.
Official account of the Commissioner for Human Rights at the Council of Europe. The Council of Europe is an independent international organisation protecting human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe.
(NOTE: The Council of Europe is a totally separate organisation from the European Union or the European Council. They just have similar names.)
Freelance journalist based in Japan and focused on Asia, particular topics of interest include the environment, human rights, energy, sustainability and supply chains.
European Union agency which helps co-ordinate enforcement of labour laws, and informs people of their rights as workers under EU law.
Also known as the Fundamental Rights Agency or FRA, this is an EU body which monitors human rights in member states, and in countries that have applied to become EU members.
Journalist and activist in Singapore. Publishes the “We, The Citizens” newsletter covering Singapore from a rights-based perspective.
Foundation for “remembrance, responsibility and the future”, created in connection with reparation payments to victims of Nazi forced labour and other Nazi atrocities.
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Independent manufacturer of smartphones that are as ethical as possible, with fair wages and working conditions all the way down the supply chain. The phones are modular so users can replace or upgrade parts themselves.
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International NGO campaigning for human rights worldwide, co-winner of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize.
Non-profit organisation which is promoting people’s right to privacy, and making people more aware of their privacy rights.
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The memorial and museum at the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp built during the Nazi occupation of Poland. Over a million people were murdered by the Nazis at the camp during the Second World War, most of them civilians including children. The memorial functions as a reminder of what can happen, and campaigns for it never to happen again.
Non-profit organisation that maintains the Tor network, which allows people to communicate anonymously over the internet thanks to a special network that scrambles any attempts to trace connections. The easiest way to use Tor is with the Tor web browser, which you can download from their website.