25 May, 2022


For U.N. Leader On Human Rights, Finish Line Looks Blurry

In her final days as the United Nations high commissioner for human rights, Navi Pillay has neither slowed down nor shied away from controversy.

In mid-July, Ms. Pillay, 72, a South African, released a report setting out the right to privacy under international law and how this right had been violated by the “dangerous habit” of mass surveillance among the intelligence agencies of countries including the United States and Britain.

Read more in the New York Times


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