Here is how the European Union could become the global leader in human-centric digital transformation.
Attacks on democracy and rights keep coming. So Liberties is offering EU leaders some fresh thinking on what they can do to better protect our fundamental values.
Our new policy paper offers funders and civil society organisations a battery of measures designed to counter rising support for authoritarian policies and nurture public support for progressive causes.
A new book published by Liberties explains why increasing numbers of voters support politicians with authoritarian agendas and how progressives can strike back.
The European Parliament asked the Commission to create a new fund to support human rights groups in the EU. The Commission has failed to deliver. We compare what the Parliament asked for to what the Commission gave it.
As the EU begins talks on the new Multiannual Financial Framework, Liberties outlines two proposals on how to safeguard European values through the EU's budget. A model for conditionality of European funds and one for a new fund to support pro-EU NGOs.
Today, Liberties published its report ‘Security through Human Rights’. The report finds that two commonly used counter-terrorism measures are killing democracy, are ineffective and counter-productive.
EU governments and the European Parliament are finalising new rules about television, on-demand and video sharing services. Our policy note covers the main problems and offers some solutions to EU decision-makers.
NGOs inside the EU are facing a growing number of restrictions that limit their ability to promote and protect our fundamental rights.
We teamed up with the European Center for Not-for-Profit Law, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union to bring you this legal analysis of Hungary's proposed law targeting independent civil society organisations.