9/11’s legacy : How anti-terrorism laws have become anti-human rights laws

14 septembre 2021 | Kgalalelo Gaebee & David Kode
Across Africa and much of the world, laws passed in the wake of the US attacks have been misused to silence dissent. As the global community commemorates the two decades since the abhorrent attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001, it should also be time to reflect on the impact of (...)
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