Everyone has the right to a safe, open, and inclusive education, free from commercial exploitation, that enables their full and free development and promotes human flourishing regardless of race, religion or country of origin.
Le Niger a adopté une loi qui permet au gouvernement d’intercepter les communications, dans un cadre légal, avec un manque de contrôles indépendants et une protection insuffisante des droits de l’homme. Retrouvez la version en anglais de cet article ici.
Niger passed a law allowing the government to intercept communications on a broad legal basis, with insufficient oversight mechanisms and human rights safeguards. Find the French version of this article here.
Our relationships and interactions with governments are increasingly dependent on us providing more and more data and information about ourselves. We are seeing how this often strips people and communities of their privacy and dignity, especially those already disadvantaged, rather than empowering and helping them.
This is why we support the request of UK charities to scrap No Recourse to Public Funds policy.