Governments and companies use artificial intelligence to take decisions that can have a significant impact on our lives. AI must be regulated to protect ourselves, and to use technology without manipulation or bias. Here's how it should be done.
Journalists and rights defenders must be protected from powerful businesses, politicians and their malicious lawsuits. In this speechbag podcast episode our guests talk about their personal stories & about the EU's role in the fight against SLAPPs.
With the flow of migrants showing no signs of tapering off, the authorities have resorted to strict measures that potentially violate human rights.
Populism and nationalism are often seen as going hand in hand. But they are different ideas, and mean different things.
What do these terms mean, what defines a populist or progressive, and how are they similar or different?
In this article we will look at the major questions the facial recognition technology raises: how safe it is, why it is used, how it works, whether it is legal, and whether its advantages outweigh the threats it poses.
Tune in to the second episode of speechbag, our new podcast. This time we deepdive into ethnic profiling.
As is the case in many other European countries, Spain started to ease COVID-19 related restrictions as new COVID-19 infection numbers began to drop consistently. On 9th May 2021, the state of emergency ended.
The Estonian Human Rights Centre has published five public opinion surveys concerning LGBT topics in the last decade. The 2021 survey demonstrates that residents have adopted a considerably more positive attitude towards LGBT people and their rights.
As is the case in many other European countries, COVID-19 cases have been declining in Lithuania. The government issued national certificates for people who are either fully vaccinated, have recovered from COVID-19 or have a negative test.