Human Rights Principles

Human rights are the fundamental rights, freedoms, and standards of treatment to which all people are entitled. Intel’s Global Human Rights Principles, adopted in 2009, formalize our commitment to respecting human rights; embody common principles laid out in multiple frame­works, including the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights; and apply to all employees and contingent workers, including those in our subsidiaries.

Why I Support the Equality Act

Why I Support the Equality Act

From an early age, I was acutely aware of my gender dysphoria but didn’t know how to talk to my parents about my gender. For my entire childhood, I was coerced into expressing my gender as masculine and forced to repress my mannerisms and preferred grooming habits. This left me despondent and withdrawn; I struggled with school and refused to participate in athletics. After years of this, I came out as trans to my parents at 16. Initially, I was rejected, which made my late teens and early adult years bleak, because I thought there would never be a place for me.

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Working Together Against Online Sexual Abuse:
How Technology Can Help

Working Together Against Online Sexual Abuse:
How Technology Can Help

As Intel joins the WePROTECT Global Alliance, Data Scientist Ed Dixon reflects on the need for industry, civil society and governments to work together to tackle this urgent and borderless crime.

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