A monthly round-up of Liberties' work: Digital Services Act's potential to protect civic discourse, updates from our member organisations & what's brewing for 2024.
Civil Liberties Union For Europe (Liberties) in collaboration with the European Partnership for Democracy (EPD) participated in the EU's public consultation process on the DSA's standardised reporting template.
New paper by Liberties and the EPD analyses risks to democratic “civic discourse” and “electoral processes”, and how they should be tackled in accordance with the Digital Services Act.
With over half the global population eligible to vote in elections, 2024 will be a stress-test for democracy. In our kick-off newsletter we tease upcoming projects, share good news & take the EU's political temperature. Our prediction? Change is coming.
A monthly round-up of Liberties' work: online civic space vulnerable, more privacy-friendly political advertising, and is it safe to protest in Germany?
Press Release - PILP, from the Netherlands, strengthens the European network of rights defenders through strategic litigation.
Seven questions to help improve the digital self-defence capabilities of a civil society organisation or any digital activist group.
Climate activists and protestors marching in solidarity with Palestine have faced unprecedented harsh responses from German police. To understand what this means for civic space, Liberties was joined by Paula Zimmermann of Amnesty International Germany.
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