Anna is a Research Officer on the Privacy in the Developing World Project, where she focuses on the right to privacy in the context of development and humanitarian aid. Prior to joining Privacy International, Anna worked on transitional justice issues with the International Crisis Group in Colombia as a Henigson Human Rights Fellow from Harvard Law School. She is a New Zealand-qualified lawyer and previously worked as a New Zealand government solicitor and a clerk to the Chief Justice of New Zealand. Anna holds an LLM from Harvard Law School and bachelor's degrees in Law, History and Political Studies from the University of Auckland.
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Saturday, December 21, 2013
United Nations’ Drones: A Sign of What’s to Come?
News that the United Nations is using drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) to collect information in the troubled east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) illustrates the growing use – and acceptance - of surveillance technologies in humanitarian operations.