Daily Links - 10 November

10 November 2005
Have a look at the speeches given in the open debate organised for 1325 5th anniversary.


"As the fifth anniversary of Resolution 1325 is marked, women in conflict areas still have a lot of work ahead" (Juliana Omale, eastandard.net, 28/10/05)
Five years after the implementation of 1325, progress has been made, but much work still needs to be done.


"Entry into force of Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa positive step towards ending discrimination" (28/10/05)
Amnesty International USA celebrates the Entry into force of a protocol that should end discrimination.

"Woman Leads Soccer Player in Liberia" (Jonathan Paye-Layleh, guardian.co.uk, 09/11/05)
The economist and the ex-football player: Liberian elections' first poll gives Johnson-Sirleaf ahead.

Why we're suing over the £23m NHS data deal with 'spy tech' firm Palantir

Right as the NHS battles 'vaccine hesitancy', why is the government giving a CIA-backed firm – whose spyware has been accused of creating ‘racist’ feedback loops in US policing – a major, long-term role in handling our personal health information, and in England's cherished NHS?

Get the inside story from the journalists and lawyers battling to force transparency from the government on what they're doing with public money – and our health records.

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Cori Crider Lawyer, investigator and co-founder of Foxglove, a non-profit that seeks to make the use of technology fair for everyone

Caroline Molloy Editor ourNHS and openDemocracyUK

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