Atletico Diritti, a very special football team composed of refugees, people in the criminal system and students, takes the pitch for its fourth season, playing in the name of integration, anti-racism and human rights for all.
Mounting restrictions on NGOs in Poland are a further nail in the coffin of the Rule of Law, democracy and fundamental rights. We ask EU governments meeting to discuss the situation in Poland to protect the people.
Hungarian NGOs and Liberties recently asked the Commission to take three measures to protect the rule of law and the freedom of NGOs in Hungary and across the EU. Here's our assessment of the Commission's reply.
EU governments and the European Parliament are finalising new rules about television, on-demand and video sharing services. Our policy note covers the main problems and offers some solutions to EU decision-makers.
Intelligence sharing is important to fight organised crime, but - without adequate monitoring - it can also lead to human rights abuses. Liberties member CILD has launched a new campaign for greater transparency around government intelligence sharing.
Hungary used to be a privacy protection pioneer in Europe, but that has changed. Here's the joint opinion of Access Now and HCLU on current Hungarian regulations related to the decree on data protection.
Liberties member the Belgian League of Human Rights is participating to an awareness-raising campaign that aims to encourage citizens who witness violent deportations to speak out and not remain indifferent.
After refusing to welcome migrants and then chasing them, Belgium is now cooperating with the Sudanese dictatorial regime to identify its nationals. Is there a limit that the secretary of state would not transgress in order to 'clean' the capital?