Grow your skills with our new guide on human rights messaging. The booklet is now available in e-learning format on Liberties' brand new knowledge hub.
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.
Judges rely on judicial interpretation to understand the meaning of the law. In European courts, the flexibility of judicial interpretation has been used to broaden human rights law to reflect evolving social norms and values.
Liberties, alongside The Coalition Against SLAPPs in Europe, expresses solidarity with Italian writer Roberto Saviano who risks imprisonment for criticizing Prime Minister Meloni. The criminal defamation suit is unacceptable and hinders free speech.
What does civil disobedience mean? What are the types of civil disobedience? Why do people do it? What are the effects? Illustration through 12 examples over two centuries and four continents.
What is a white hat hacker, and what’s the difference between them and other hackers? Here’s why internet hacking isn’t always bad or illegal.
Liberties, alongside 30 civil society organisation (CSOs), has co-signed a letter addressed to the Czech Presidency calling for a regulation on political advertising that delivers for democracy and fundamental rights.
The use of facial recognition technology is expanding rapidly. One of the fastest growing surveillance technologies, it is present in our everyday lives - often without us realising. But the danger it poses to our privacy is finally being taken seriously.
What is advocacy work? What types of advocacy are there? What duties does it include? Why is it important?
Campaigners are working to change Italy’s citizenship law, which deprives so many children who were born in Italy of citizenship. Now, with a new right-wing government set to take power, the future is more uncertain than ever.