Populist authoritarians use subtle language and legislative action to challenge women’s role in society. To change this, it will take men and women standing together to create a truly fair and just society.
A Hungarian court judged that the 444 news portal had damaged the reputation of a political party by hyperlinking to a third-party video. The European Court of Human Rights has now found that the Hungarian decision violated freedom of speech.
Following the police brutality against Diego Dumont, as he exercised his right to record a video of a police action, the Belgian League of Human Rights (LDH) has requested a serious and independent investigation.
Encouraged by the verdict issued to the Are You Syrious volunteer, Platform 112 has expressed concern over long-term pressure from the Ministry of the Interior towards activists, volunteers and all those who support refugees.
Although the Croatian Democratic Union's MEPs recently supported Viktor Orban in the European Parliament, Prime Minister Plenković should condemn human rights violations in Hungary during Orban's visit to Zagreb.
Authoritarians propose shocking laws and regulations to blind citizens and drive away public attention from serious matters. Watch our latest episode to learn how to focus on what really matters instead of on the agenda of populists.
Human rights and digital rights NGOs call on Justice and Home Affairs ministers of the EU to reconsider the proposed terrorist content regulation, as its current form it will harm free speech, journalism, and access to information.
In out latest Survival Guide to Authoritarianism video, we ask you to help by always pointing out the truth and exposing ignorance with facts, because if nobody fights the blatant lies authoritarians put forward, they will win.
Among all EU countries, Germany has by far welcomed the highest number of refugees since 2015. The majority is from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. Their path to social inclusion is complicated but not impossible.