Sept 14 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As COVID-19 shuttered
India's schools and overwhelmed its hospitals, teachers in Delhi
were roped in for emergency duties - from handing out food
rations to staffing vaccination centres, often at great risk to
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More than 250,000 people were evicted across India during the coronavirus pandemic, and millions more are at risk of being uprooted as authorities eye projects for faster economic growth, housing rights campaigners warned on Thursday.
［２０日 トムソン・ロイター財団］ - タリバンがアフガニスタンの実権を握り、扱いに注意を要するデータを手中に収めるのではないかとの懸念が生じている。これを受けて、プライバシー専門家の間では、支援機関や多国間機構によるデータ収集に必要な倫理規範をめぐる議論が再燃した。
Aug 25 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The Taliban's return
to power threatens Afghan women's hard-won property rights, with
thousands who fled their homes during the militants' takeover at
particular risk of losing their land and houses for good, rights
groups and researchers said.
* Privacy groups say data not adequately protected can be
* Concerns that digital IDs and databases can be used to
BANGKOK/BEIRUT, Aug 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Dozens
of women across India, the Middle East and North Africa who were
likely targeted for surveillance by governments using Pegasus
spyware are now at a heightened risk of being blackmailed or
harassed, tech experts and victims said.
July 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A proposed Indian law
on the collection and use of genetic data to tackle crime can
violate privacy, and target minorities and marginalised
communities disproportionately, according to technology experts
and human rights groups.
BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Phatsanee Phutkaew lost nearly everything she owned 10 years ago when her modest canalside home in Bangkok was damaged by Thailand's worst floods in decades, forcing the 55-year-old slum dweller and her neighbours to evacuate to emergency shelters.
July 2 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Planners in the Indian
capital of Delhi have set out a vision for a "sustainable,
liveable and vibrant" future city in a master plan that experts
say ignores its informal workers and bypasses its many poor.