Climate activists and protestors marching in solidarity with Palestine have faced unprecedented harsh responses from German police. To understand what this means for civic space, Liberties was joined by Paula Zimmermann of Amnesty International Germany.
With Poland's opposition sweeping a victory in a divisive, parliamentary election, Liberties sat down with IEP's Dr. Maria Skóra to understand what was at stake with this election, and how the ousting of the Law & Justice party will shape Poland's future.
For an activist working in the public eye in 2023, an inbox filled with hate speech, bogus lawsuits, and having your phone number or address posted online have become hazards of the job. Will the Digital Services Act make online activism safer?
The rapid development and expanding use of artificial intelligence raises questions about how well our fundamental rights are protected, and whether legislation like the EU’s AI Act goes far enough.
May’s edition of Democracy Drinks shed new light on the contents of the Defending Democracy Package. While the clarifications revealed that the Foreign Interference Directive isn’t only targeting NGOs, civil society is flummoxed by the proposed rules.
Are EU citizens getting value for money? We discussed this with special guests joining Liberties' Democracy Drinks event in Berlin.
In February’s edition of Democracy Drinks Berlin, Liberties was joined by Flora Cresswell and Jorge Valladares of Transparency International to discuss the fallout of Qatargate and understand how the cash-for-influence scandal was allowed to happen.
In this month’s edition of Democracy Drinks Berlin, Liberties, joined by GFF's free speech expert Felix Reda, re-imagined a brighter future for social media platforms. Read on to learn why he thinks a community-led approach is the way forward.
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