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October 27, 2022

On October 27, 2022, twenty civil society organizations wrote to United Nations human rights experts to express concerns about privatization and commercialization of healthcare in Kenya.

Reports and Briefing Papers
October 27, 2022

Original post by United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner.

NEW YORK/ VIENNA, 18 October 2022 – Based on its investigations of the events in Kyiv, Chernihiv, Kharkiv, and Sumy regions in late February and March 2022, the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine has found reasonable grounds to conclude that an array of war crimes, violations of human rights and international humanitarian law have been committed in Ukraine. Given the gravity of the identified violations, there is an undeniable need for accountability, the Commission said on the day of submitting a detailed written report to the UN General Assembly.

Reports and Briefing Papers
July 18, 2022     |    Jacqueline Gallant
Reports and Briefing Papers
June 1, 2022

This document discusses a revolutionary and dangerous new approach to digital ID
systems. Through the embrace of digital technologies, the World Bank and a broader global
network of actors has been promoting a new paradigm for ID systems that prioritizes what
we refer to as ‘economic identity.’ These systems focus on fueling digital transactions and
transforming individuals into traceable data. They often ignore the ability of identification
systems to recognize not only that an individual is unique, but that they have a legal status
with associated rights.

Reports and Briefing Papers
July 2, 2020     |    Philip Alston, Bassam Khawaja, Rebecca Riddell, Victoria Adelmant

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