Dogs are great, but they are not more important to our democratic way of life than, well, democracy. But the groups that help maintain our democracy are under attack — even in Germany. Dogs are not impressed, and neither are we.
As of 1 November 2019 a law on equal treatment in the Netherlands has explicitly prohibited gender discrimination against transgender and intersex people. The result of the change is that organisations should become more aware that discrimination based...
The Poverty and Social Exclusion Review 2019 identified the
poverty of disabled individuals in Lithuania as one of the highest in the EU. The overall poverty
risk indicator in the country currently stands at 35%, up from 16% in 2011; for disabled peopl...
Croatia has received the green light from the European Commission to enter the border-free Schengen Area, but nine organisations and initiatives working with the victims of border violence have made their objections clear.
After an appeal by LDH against the transposition of the EU Directive on passenger name records, the Belgian Constitutional Court has decided to submit 10 prejudicial questions to the CJEU, reflecting the concerns raised by privacy advocates.