On 11th and 25th October 2020, Lithuania held parliamentary elections that ultimately led to the creation of a new conservative government.
European countries are busy rolling out their vaccination campaigns. Some say those who got vaccinated should have special rights - to travel, go shopping, or dine out.
The annual National Forum on Human Rights (NFHR) in Lithuania was held on December 10, the International Human Rights Day.
Six months have passed since the EU Court ruled that Orban's anti-NGO law violates EU law. The government has taken no steps to comply with the ruling.
The European has released the Digital Services Act (DSA), which is a long-overdue overhaul of the online world and e-commerce rules. We shared our views in the media.
In 1985 Spain became a pioneer in the application of universal jurisdiction. But in 2014 the law was changed, closing many ongoing cases and stripping many applicants of their rights.
Google and digital advertising firms are the targets of fresh privacy complaints filed in six EU countries in December over the way they sell ads to potential advertisers through a bidding process. See key media reports about our latest campaign.
Organisations from 6 countries have today lodged complaints with their data protection authorities about the behavioural advertising industry’s harmful practices of broadcasting people’s personal data on the internet.
The interpretative declaration might seem like an insignificant concession, because it’s not legally binding. But it’s likely to render the conditionality mechanism useless in practice. And it’s just not needed to unblock the budget.
The UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent has expressed concern about systemic racism during the coronavirus pandemic and has urged governments to end police impunity.