With antisemitism prevalent in Eastern Europe, HRMI was quick to assess public statements made by MP Remigijus Žemaitaitis about the Jewish community and recognise them as hate speech.
A monthly round-up of Liberties' work: Staggering discrepancies in EU's Rule of Law Report, watered down anti-SLAPP directive & loopholes in AI Act leave human rights vulnerable.
Following a ruling by the ECtHr, an amendment has been initiated challenging provisions of the Law on the Protection of Minors from the Negative Effects of Public Information, which was found to be discriminatory against the LGBTQI+ community.
Open Letter to the EU Commission to confirm that in the EU arbitrary internet shutdown are not permitted under the Digital Services Act.
New amendments that entered into force at the beginning of July provide more protections for people who are at risk of domestic violence in Lithuania.
A coalition of experts has unveiled a new statement outlining alternatives to the practice of solitary confinement, which is extremely harmful to the mental and physical health of individuals.
The rapid development and expanding use of artificial intelligence raises questions about how well our fundamental rights are protected, and whether legislation like the EU’s AI Act goes far enough.
The trilogues on the EU anti-SLAPP directive kick-off tomorrow on a much shakier basis than what Liberties had hoped when first seeing the Commission’s promising proposal.
Open letter to EU institutions to negotiate the strongest possible European Media Freedom Act to counter media capture and protect editorial independence and media pluralism across Europe.
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