According to the latest annual summary of civil liberties and human rights worldwide, there have been 14 years of deterioration in political rights and civil liberties. 195 countries are assessed and ranked. Find out who scores best and worst and long-term trends from 1973 onwards. The site also includes essays and briefings on individual nations […]
Catalysts for Collaboration advancing collaboration in digital rights campaigns is a project of aims encouraging internet activists to collaborate to protect liberties online. It emerged from the Building Better Bridges for an Open Internet project, was initiated by Berkman Klein fellow Nani Jansen Reventlow and includes a number of case studies and ideas of campaigns. […]
Freedom in the World is a yearly survey and report by the U.S.-based non-governmental organization Freedom House that measures the degree of civil liberties and political rights in every nation and significant disputed territories around the world. Read the methodology for the full facts and download the data in a zip file. International Idea also […]
Freedom in the World report 2014 Just issued by Freedom House see the rankings for civil liberties in nations worldwide. The report also has a useful graphic map of freedoms. Other useful country rankings which examines civil liberties include the US Department of State reports country reports on human rights practices and the International Religious Freedom […]
International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations released a report: Take back the streets about the repression of street protests worldwide. Countries covered include: U.S., U.K., Canada, Israel, Egypt, Argentina, South Africa, Kenya, and Hungary. The 35 page section on UK includes coverage of anti-terrorism measures and street protest.