Category Archives: United Arab Emirates

Cyber Surveillance in the United Arab Emirates: Updated Assessment

Since the First Arab Spring in 2011, the government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) [...]

Uncovering the Golden Facade: Inside the UAE’s Rise to Prominence in Gold Imports and the Dark Truths Behind it

In 1996, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) was far from being a major gold-importing country. [...]

The intersection between migrant workers’ abuses and the climate crisis in the United Arab Emirates

Purna, Til and Man Bahadur are the names of three South Asian men who migrated [...]

The Impact of A Controversial Interpol President on Human Rights and Global Security

The election of Ahmed Naser Al-Raisi as the President of Interpol in 2021 has stirred [...]

UAE hosting COP28 Raise a Multitude of Concerns

The Conference of the Parties (COP) stands as the highest decision-making authority within the United [...]

In the shadow of the Burj Khalifa: the case of Ahmed Mansoor and the whitewashing of the United Arab Emirates

Introduction The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is known for its opulence and modernity, but behind [...]

War crimes in Yemen: a long-overdue call for accountability

Introduction Global discussion has been redirected dramatically in recent months towards the conflict currently taking [...]

Not All That Glitters Is Gold: The Gulf Interference with the EU Democratic Processes

By ECDHR Staff, 13 May 2022   Introduction Over the past decade, the European Union [...]

World Press Freedom Day

An infography on the state of press freedom in the world as well as in [...]

World Day for Safety and Health at Work

28th April 2022 In celebration of the World Day for Safety and Health at Work [...]