Qatargate at the European Parliament, continued deep corruption in Hungary, unprotected whistleblowers everywhere. Liberties’ annual EU-wide rule of law report found rules created by governments were too weak to stop or reduce corruption in 2022.
Liberties’ Rule Of law Report 2023 shows that civil society continues to be given the cold shoulder by EU governments in 2022. This hostility feeds negative public perceptions of activists and contributes to the increasing dangers they face.
Liberties Rule of Law Report 2023
What does it mean to ‘marginalize’ someone, and how do dominant groups do it? It’s happening in Europe, and we’re all worse off because of it.
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.
Download country reports about 14 EU members states' democratic records in 2020.
Authoritarians in Hungary, Poland and Slovenia abused the pandemic to continue eroding democratic standards, but traditionally strong democracies also disappoint.
2019 is set to be an exciting and challenging year. The European Parliament will hold elections, and Liberties will be touring Europe to share our new book giving insight on why populists appeal to voters and how we can reverse their success.
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