Adri Nieuwhof is a human rights advocate based in
Switzerland and contributor to The Electronic Intifada
Ray Filar is the associate editor for Transformation and a freelance journalist.
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Spectacle and surveillance in Brazil
On your marks, get set… intercept!
Sochi Olympics – the dangers of rebranding
Andrey Makarychev and Alexandra Yatsyk
Sochi: a city with no mosque
Is the army invading British civil society?
'Protest is dangerous again': the space hijackers take on London 2012
A ring of steel for the five rings
The re-militarisation of South Africa’s borders
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English charity sector lobbied Hunt to keep controversial NHS privatisation rules
Shirley Williams suggests new NHS charges
NHS gets a small refund
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Lord Owen condemns “conspiracy of silence” on the EU-US trade dealDavid Owen
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Reputational risk rises for the world's biggest security company over Israeli government contracts.
Putting reputational capital at risk: when a security company's human rights record counts in the contest for public contracts.
The company whose logo appears on police staff uniforms in the UK and dropped the Olympics contract has far reaching impact on multiple security settings.
pressure from Boycotts, Divestments and Sanctions (BDS) activists, several
Danish clients have terminated contracts with British-Danish security company
G4S for the company’s role in the Israeli occupation of Palestine.
The world’s biggest security company,
fast devouring UK public services — police, justice, health, asylum
housing, is complicit in Israeli human rights abuses
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