Human rights stories are not always happy and uplifting. But this week was full of good news - take our quiz and see how much you know about what's happened this week!
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Belgium's prime minister has given the green light to a project that will make it possible, from July 2018, to place families with children, who refuse to leave the national territory, in detention centers, inside...
All good things in life can be used and misused. Take, for example, transparency.
It's that time of the week again! Before you kick off for sun and fun this weekend, make sure you're up to speed on the latest human rights developments in Europe.
Are you getting better every week? Try our quiz to see how well you kept up with this week's human rights news.
If you've not been following our campaign, you can get caught up here. We explain where our idea for a new fund came from and the hurdles we've cleared so far on the path to making it real.
The European Parliament asked the Commission to create a fund to support human rights groups in the EU. The Commission tabled a proposal that will do very little to help citizens preserve their liberties. Make your voice heard by sending our model email.
Have you been following the latest human rights developments in Europe? Test your knowledge with the first episode of our weekly Liberties news quiz !
A new review of the situation of human rights in Croatia provides insight into the most important violations and systemic problems, challenges and disputes related to the protection, respect and promotion of human rights.