Civil liberties are natural rights inherent to every citizen which protects them from tyranny by the state. The degree to which these liberties are enjoyed by people is an important indicator of the quality of a given country’s democracy.
LGBT is an umbrella term capturing anyone who is non-heterosexual or non-cisgender. There are many definitions of sexual orientation to describe a person’s ways of relating sexually to others, beyond the binary of homosexual or heterosexual.
As NGOs become increasingly popular, and essential, in the public sector, it’s important to understand the role they play in society and the impact they have globally and locally. But what is an NGO, how does it function, and what is its purpose?
Whistleblowers can be essential in bringing to light illegal activities, corruption and threats to the public good. Yet despite their crucial role, legal protections for whistleblowers are lacking or non-existent in many EU countries.
Irregular migrants and asylum seekers held at the Medininkai Foreigners' Registration Center live in de facto detention, a new report finds.
What is the European Commission, how does it work, and what are its powers? Here’s a closer look at one of Europe’s most important and powerful bodies.
Freedom of information is recognised by the United Nations as a fundamental right which obligates the state to share information with citizens that is of public interest. It improves transparency, accountability and increases citizen engagement.
One of liberal democracy’s most coveted tenets, freedom of assembly and its protection is at the forefront of civil rights movements worldwide. However, like many others, this civil right is not always fully supported or guaranteed by our governments.
The European Commission has raised concerns about Ireland's planned Electoral Reform Bill, highlighting a number of issues regarding its practical interpretation that would impose an onerous duty on online platforms to tackle illegal political ads.
The EU Commission's third annual rule of law report auditing the health of democracy in Europe has just been published. Positive developments such as the inclusion of country recommendations are welcome, but the EU shouldn't shy away from concrete action
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