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In the first two parts of her series on CitizenGO, Sian Norris looked at who is behind the anti-rights movement in Spain. In this third article, she explores how the organisation operates in the Global South, including its attack on sexual and reproductive rights in Kenya.
‘The Hypocrisy is Overwhelming’: Former NBA Player Royce White Slams Industry for ‘Deafening Silence’ on Uyghur Genocide
CJ Werleman speaks to the ex-basketball pro about why he decided to take a stand for the Muslim minority being persecuted in China – despite pressure from the sports world to not confront the issue
Emboldened by a sense of international impunity, a number of repressive regimes are subjecting their Muslim populations to imprisonment and subjugation, reports Mobashra Tazamal
From his experience of the propaganda wars around the Russian invasion of Eastern Ukraine and annexation of Crimea, Paul Niland dissects the document released by Donald Trump's former lawyer
Natasha Livingstone looks at the data around the use of the term in Parliament and explores its importance
As MPs voted to cut international aid, Sian Norris examines the Conservative Party donors and right-wing think-tanks who have long had foreign aid spending in their sights
The Byline Intelligence Team and The Citizens report on yet more conflict of interest questions surrounding the Government’s procurement during the pandemic
The Health and Social Care Bill was pitched as a response to the Coronavirus pandemic – but there are concerns that it will lead to more ministerial interference and increased privatisation, reports Sian Norris
EXCLUSIVE Government Delays Responding to Proposals for Stillbirths to be Independently Investigated
Campaigners are calling for a more rigorous system for investigating baby deaths, but departments are yet to take action, reports Katie Tarrant
A new report undermines the Government’s claims that systemic racism is not an issue in the UK and that accusations of white privilege is undermining white boys’ educational attainment
The Byline Intelligence Team puts the Government’s vast private sector procurement effort into context
Just as the Government hails ‘freedom day’ it also restricts the right to protest and denies freedom of movement. Sian Norris asks if this is just freedom for markets and money rather than people