Press ReleasePosted on January 22, 2021
INCLO’s FRT stories of harm highlight need for strong legal framework that protects civil rights
The indiscriminate use of Facial Recognition Technology (FRT) globally by law enforcement and other government agencies is dangerously normalising surveillance.
ArgentinaPosted on June 25, 2019
Unhealed Wounds Promotion
On April 14, 2019 CELS launched INCLO's Unhealed Wounds project in Buenos Aires with a panel discussion attended by Pussy Riot's NadyaTolokonnikova and Daniel Sandoval, both victims of law enforcement brutality during protests in Russia and Argentina respectively. For more information on their stories and the project check: inclo.net/projects/unhealed-wounds
Press ReleasePosted on March 15, 2019
Unhealed Wounds - The Faces Behind the Injuries of Crowd-Control Weapons
INCLO marks today the International Day Against Police Brutality with the launch of a multimedia project that highlights the dangerous nature of crowd-control weapons and the lasting impact they have on people’s lives and health.
Press ReleasePosted on September 21, 2018
INCLO members endorse letter regarding John Bolton’s remarks about International Criminal Court
RE: Intimidation and Reprisals – U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton Remarks re: Cooperation with the International Criminal Court
Press ReleasePosted on June 26, 2018
Defending Dissent: Towards State Practices that Protect and Promote the Rights to Protest
New report provides a detailed guidance on how to implement legal human rights principles in practice when policing protests.
Press ReleasePosted on June 11, 2018
Unanswered Questions report launch
New report reveals lack of transparency of intelligence sharing agreements at the international level.