Homo Digitalis participated in a research report by the Mediterranean Institute of Investigative Journalism (MIIR) on the use of new technologies in the field of border management.

Our organisation provided interviews to MIIR researchers in order to explain the important challenges that arise in terms of the protection of Human Rights, and to highlight the ways in which new technologies are used in the field of border management.

The research has been published in three parts, namely 1: The ecosystem of European biometric surveillance and monitoring data, 2: Trapped in digital surveillance systems, and 3: Automation and Surveillance in Fortress Europe.

You can read the survey here.

Homo Digitalis thanks MIIR for the recognition shown to our organisation’s expertise and knowledge in the field of rights protection in the area of border management.