SLAPPs are a weapon in the hands of those that want to prevent us from having a say on matters that affect our lives and the society we live in. Liberties joins other NGOs from across the EU to urge policymakers to end these gag lawsuits.
Slovenia's right-wing government continues its push to cripple independent NGOs by cutting them off from critical funding under the Norway Grants/EEA Grants program.
As in many other European countries, COVID-19 related measures started to ease in Poland. There are, however, still several restrictions in place.
Given his attacks on journalists and activists, the claim by Slovenia's PM that he will champion free speech while holding the EU Presidency is laughable. If he were serious, here are things things we'd expect to see.
On 28 June, Liberties and 15 other civil society organizations sent an open letter to members of the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee of the European Parliament, asking for user-centered amendments to the draft Digital Markets Act.
After months of COVID-19-related restrictions, measures started to ease in Greece in May 2021. At the beginning of May, restaurants, coffee shops and bars were allowed to reopen. On 15th May 2021, Greece reopened for tourism.
Copyright Guidance introduced a controversial new regime without proper safeguards. It is highly problematic. Here is why.
Tune in to the first episode of speechbag, our brand new podcast. Let’s get up to speed about the hottest gear for our holiday travels. Also, why myth-busting vaccine conspiracy theories is not helpful.
Here's what it means for other rights defenders across Europe.
As the number of people in intensive care is steadily dropping in Belgium, previous strict COVID-19 measures are being lifted.