Nowadays, we seem to take many of our freedoms for granted. We could no longer imagine Germany without fundamental liberties such as freedom of assembly or freedom of association. In some EU countries, however, these are increasingly being restricted.
On 2nd April 2022, former prime minister Andrej Babiš posted a fake quote from journalist Pavla Holcova of the Czech Center for Investigative Reporting on his Facebook page.
What is the rule of law? When, how and why was it created? What are its principles? What are the most implicating factors of it? How does it affect us?
Do you know the 7 principles of GDPR and why they are important? Here's what we all need to know about these principles.
In the summer of 2020, the Estonian Human Rights Centre was contacted by the artist, student and activist Katrina Raiend, who had been taken to court on defamation charges by Radio Sky Plus radio presenter Alari Kivisaar.
Populism is a political style that has dominated public debate in Europe in recent years. But what does it actually mean to be populist? And why is populism potentially so dangerous?
In its 18th annual report on Italian prisons, Antigone highlights worrying trends: prisoner numbers are again on the rise, and prisons sit at an average occupancy rate of 107.4%.
Artificial intelligence makes our lives safer, easier and healthier in so many ways. But it can also pose serious threats to our rights and society as a whole. Here are 10 ways it impacts everyday life, and the possible consequences that follow.
Elon Musk called himself a “free speech absolutist” when he announced he would buy Twitter. But what does free speech absolutism actually mean? What might sound good in theory may not be good in practice.
The Estonian Human Rights Center has launched an awareness-raising campaign to remind everyone of the importance of data protection.