Six months have passed since the EU Court ruled that Orban's anti-NGO law violates EU law. The government has taken no steps to comply with the ruling.
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.
Germany’s legislation regulating the work of civil society organizations is outdated and vague, leaving them vulnerable to attacks by some politicians and commercial lobbyists, Liberties' new report finds.
Restrictions on the right to protest, free speech, access to information and freedom of association. This is how governments across the EU took political advantage of the pandemic. Read details in the Liberties-Greenpeace joint report below.
Germany gets to set the upcoming agenda for the EU Council, and we have a number of things we’d like them to work on in order to build a stronger, more democratic European community.
In June 2020, Liberties submitted its response to the public consultation on the European Commission’s White Paper on Artificial Intelligence.
The Commission is re-writing its strategy for implementing the Charter of Fundamental Rights. Liberties’ new policy paper sets out what new tools and practices the Commission needs to implement if it's going to bring the rights of citizens to life.
Liberties has submitted its opinion on the basic safeguards and principles for the implementation of the Copyright Directive to ensure free speech and privacy for users.
The European Commission is preparing its first-ever report on the rights records of EU governments. With the help of our members, Liberties has sent in its assessment, along with solutions for what the EU can do to better protect our fundamental values.
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.