An initiative of the Belgium League of Human Rights (LDH) has brought together more than 300 public figures who have signed an open letter to the Parliament and political leaders to raise concerns about the implementation of a COVID-19 tracing system.
The European Commission is preparing its first-ever report on the rights records of EU governments. With the help of our members, Liberties has sent in its assessment, along with solutions for what the EU can do to better protect our fundamental values.
Some politicians spread hatred to distract us from their COVID-19 failures. They hope we'll be so busy blaming minorities that we won't focus on demanding the care our politicians should be providing. But united, we can stop this.
The Dutch Supreme Court has ruled that the city of Amsterdam may continue to register number plates to collect parking taxes. The court stated that although the systematic collection, registration, editing, saving and...
The emergency law passed in Hungary is another step in Orbán’s plan to get rid of democracy and the rule of law. Here are 5 things the EU could do to counter it and help Hungarians restore their democracy. The tools are there, just not being used.
Hundreds of people protested against “forces undermining democratic institutions in the Czech Republic” in Prague on Sunday. The movement is demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Babiš over his alleged conflict...
Legal violations affecting the judicial appointment process, especially those appearing in circumstances suggesting the partisan complicity of the executive and legislature, pose a clear and present threat to human rights and the Poland’s legal system.
We have now reached the unprecedented and frightening stage at which Polish judges are being harassed through multiple arbitrary disciplinary investigations. The EU must act now.
Liberties has prepared a series of one-page briefings for the new EU Commission to summarise important civil liberties issues: what the problems are, why they matter to the EU, and what we think the EU can do to solve them.
The mutual legal assistance that Belgian authorities recently granted to Kazakhstan in the context of an investigation concerning a Kazakh refugee woman in Belgium raises questions on the conditions under which such collaboration can operate.