We sent a policy brief with six problems and six solution proposals in it to the EU legislators.
While governments around the world are rightly focussing on vaccination strategies to protect people from COVID-19, a debate has heated up as to what the vaccine will entail for our civil liberties – including our right to move freely in the EU.
The way the vaccine is distributed is likely to intensify existing inequalities in society, in three ways.
The European Commission today unveiled its action plan to strengthen democracy in the EU (EDAP) in a bid to bolster fair electoral processes and protect media freedom and pluralism. It comes at a critical time.
Corrupt politicians and powerful businesses use legal bullying to silence critical voices. This practice is a threat to European values and to the rule of law. We shared a proposal with the Commission on how to protect journalists and NGOs from SLAPPs.
In June 2020, Liberties submitted its response to the public consultation on the European Commission’s White Paper on Artificial Intelligence.
The latest version of the European Commission's white paper on AI does not specify a temporary ban on remote facial recognition.
We have now reached the unprecedented and frightening stage at which Polish judges are being harassed through multiple arbitrary disciplinary investigations. The EU must act now.
The European Commission organized Stakeholder dialogues to discuss best practices for cooperation between online platforms and copyright holders. Liberties was invited to present on the human rights angle.
Liberties has prepared a series of one-page briefings for the new EU Commission to summarise important civil liberties issues: what the problems are, why they matter to the EU, and what we think the EU can do to solve them.