Experts discussed the impact of artificial intelligence on human rights at a conference in Tallin. Here’s what Liberties’ digital expert argued.
Liberties’ press statement on the vote at the European Parliament on targeted political advertising.
Nicholas Aiossa, Deputy Director of Transparency International – EU, discusses the bribery and money laundering scandal that’s shaken the European Parliament and how to clean up its ‘culture of impunity’.
Liberties joins open letter on Article 17 of the draft European Media Freedom Act.
The EU is preparing a new law on media freedom. The initiative is promising, but improvements are required. Here is what it should look like. For the long-format version, download our new policy brief.
The right to access information is a fundamental right, protected by most constitutions worldwide. When citizens can access information about how their government is performing, they can exercise their right to freedom of expression more meaningfully.
Although Lithuania criminalized stalking in the fall of 2021, proving it in court is still difficult: more than half of registered stalking cases are dropped.
The report, which covers 2020-2021, shows that while the situation improved in some fields - such as more attention to mental health and a reduction in prisoner numbers - progress remained stalled in others.
Sweden's new coalition agreement is "clearly repressive" and violates basic human rights standards, according to a review by Liberties member organisation Civil Rights Defenders.
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