Amnesty International produces reports based on rigorous and independent research. These reports document patterns of human rights abuses and provide a blueprint for change.

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Defending the Rights of Refugees and Migrants in the Digital Age

Digital technology interventions are increasingly shaping and delivering the migration management and asylum policies of states.

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The Cost of Doing Business? The Petrochemical Industry’s Toxic Pollution in the USA

This report highlights the harms suffered by local communities from pollution emitted by the hundreds of petrochemical plants and refineries along the Houston Ship Channel in Texas.

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Silicon Shadows: Venture Capital, Human Rights, and the Lack of Due Diligence

Our analysis showed that leading VC firms and start-up accelerators are critically deficient in their responsibility to conduct human rights due diligence when investing in Generative AI start-ups.

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Briefing: Gender and Human Rights in the Digital Age

Amnesty International reports that the growing incursion of technology into more areas of public life has troubling implications impacting women and LGBTQI+ people.

July 9, 2024
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