What is a contact-tracing app? Do they follow me on it? Who sees the data collected by the app?
To make it through the pandemic all of us must get the care we need, no matter where we live. The Greek government has been making this impossible for newcomers they are holding in camps. But it doesn't have to be this way.
To get through coronavirus our communities need to pull together, because our own health depends on everyone else's.
Access to information is never more important than during public health emergencies.
Many of us are OK with letting the government pause our freedoms temporarily, so long as this helps to stop the spread of coronavirus. But human rights also give us the tools to get our liberties back as soon as restrictions are no longer needed.
A free press, working through associations, healthcare and social security are just four tools that human rights give us to get through the coronavirus pandemic.
Belgian rights groups are urging authorities to implement strong measures to mitigate the coronavirus crisis in the country's overcrowded prison system.
A study on the feelings of people with HIV in Lithuania revealed that they feel a great deal of stigmatisation. Fifty eight percent reported feeling worthless, 55% said they felt shame, 53% said they felt at fault for...
British hospitals are feeling the pinch of UK immigration laws as the NHS is struggling to recruit doctors. Citing "national interest," the government has capped the number of skilled non-EU workers granted UK visas....
Two years ago, lawyer Bénédicte Ficq brought charges against four tobacco companies on behalf of the Youth Smoking Prevention Foundation and two patients who had become seriously ill due to smoking. The suit accuses...