Lithuania is seeking to amend the Law on VIP Protection by including provisions for protecting the authority of the country's leadership, amendments that could threaten free speech and the freedom of expression.
A decade ago, it was the mass deployment of CCTV cameras across public spaces across the world. Now, it's facial recognition surveillance. Test yourself on how much you know about this technology and its threats to your freedoms and rights.
The Court of Palermo has overturned the decision of the Territorial Commission and finally granted refugee status to a young man from Cameroon who suffered persecution in his country because he was in a homosexual relationship.
The European Parliament asked the Commission to create a new fund to support human rights groups in the EU. The Commission has failed to deliver. We compare what the Parliament asked for to what the Commission gave it.
Fališ Festival, a Festival focusing on left and alternative Ideas is taking place in in Šibenik, Croatia, from 5-8 September 2018. This year the focus is on how tourism affects income, quality of life and conservation.
Members of the European Parliament rejected the Copyright Directive proposal in its current form, leaving time until September to find a free speech-friendly solution instead of the proposed upload filtering.
In July, a Palermo court ruled that a two-year-old Ivorian child, who had been stranded in Ivory Coast and separated from his family in Europe, had the right to be immediately readmitted to Italy and reunited with his parents.
The European Commission has presented two concept papers to create “centres” in Europe and “platforms” in Africa with the ultimate goal from preventing people from risking their lives by crossing the Mediterranean by boat.
The European Commission decided to refer Hungary to the European Court of Justice for non-compliance of its asylum and return legislation with EU law. On top of this, an infringement against Stop Soros law was launched by the EU’s executive body.