"Solidarity" is commonly seen as the basis for a stable society. Yet, at the same time, there is always talk of a crisis of solidarity in the public debate. So what is solidarity and how is it doing?
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?
What makes a democracy a democracy? Here are the 14 basic principles that define and support a democratic society.
The invasion of Ukraine opened the floodgates to disinformation. Follow our 6 step guide to protect yourself and avoid being swept away by untrustworthy news stories.
What is watchdog journalism and why is it so important in a democracy? We take a look at the journalists who make sure our politicians play by the rules.
What does direct democracy mean, and how does it differ from indirect democracy? Here’s a look at what’s good and bad about “pure democracy” and whether it could still work today.
Liberties joined a group of rights defenders calling on the European Council to clearly state what is expected from the Hungarian and Polish authorities to remedy the long list of human rights and rule of law violations.
EU democracies suffered extra blows during the pandemic, according to our annual report. Good news: the EU has all the tools needed to protect and promote human rights in member states.
A new Liberties report finds that authoritarian governments in the EU upped their attacks against critical journalists and citizens' groups using COVID-19 as cover. But governments in traditionally stronger democracies have also done damage.
Corruption misdirects public funds away from essential services that support citizens through the pandemic. Many governments have made it harder to monitor public spending, according to our new EU-wide report.
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