Did you ever have to choose between chocolate chip and peanut butter cookies? How about what you tell people about yourself and what you choose to keep private? And what do cookies and privacy have in common?
One of the first episodes of "Colors", a new show on Lithuanian national television, decided to focus on two gay dads raising a small child, prompting public outrage and complaints to the Lithuanian Radio and Television Commission.
Liberties has prepared a series of one-page briefings for the new EU Commission to summarise important civil liberties issues: what the problems are, why they matter to the EU, and what we think the EU can do to solve them.
The Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights's report, entitled "Freedom of Assembly in the Practice of Polish Courts", presents an analysis of the monitoring of court proceedings brought against citizens participating in public assemblies.
A pro-government legal proposal in Hungary, if passed, would seriously jeopardise MPs' rights. The amendment allows MPs to be banned from entering the Parliament building and other institutions for as long as two months.
The mutual legal assistance that Belgian authorities recently granted to Kazakhstan in the context of an investigation concerning a Kazakh refugee woman in Belgium raises questions on the conditions under which such collaboration can operate.