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3 Apr 2023

Saudi Arabia: Boeing fails to respond to rights' groups concerns over its role in facilitating "devastating travel bans" on activists & dissidents

In March 2023, a group of human rights NGOs and civil society organisations co-signed an open letter to Boeing. The letter raises concerns regarding Boeing's operations in Saudi Arabia and the company's role in facilitating "devastating travel bans on peaceful dissidents, rights advocates and their family members". The letter calls "on Boeing to take a principled stand on the human rights situation" in the Kingdom.

Signatories include:

  1. ALQST for Human Rights
  2. Democracy for the Arab World Now (DAWN)
  3. European Saudi Organisation for Human Rights (ESOHR)
  4. FairSquare
  5. Gulf Centre for Human Rights (GCHR)
  6. International Service for Human Rights (ISHR)
  7. MENA Rights Group
  8. Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Boeing to respond to the letter; they did not.