Some politicians spread hatred to distract us from their COVID-19 failures. They hope we'll be so busy blaming minorities that we won't focus on demanding the care our politicians should be providing. But united, we can stop this.
By working together through associations, we can make sure our governments steer the right course through the pandemic.
Last week, the Belgium Monitoring Committee on counterterrorism policies (T Committee) released its annual report before the Senate, highlighting the fact that the fight against terrorism must not affect human rights.
If a restrictive new act on public gatherings on national holidays is accepted, the Hungarian government will have found another way to seriously restrict freedom of assembly, according to the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union.
A coalition of Irish NGOs launched their campaign to reform the Electoral Act, which they say is stifling civil society by prohibiting international funding and domestic donations of over €2,500.
A European Parliament report on Hungary outlines systemic threats to the rule of law, among other fields.
A Macedonian cultural organization has brought a complaint against Bulgaria to the European Court of Human Rights after two state courts refused to register it because it poses "a threat to the unity of the Bulgarian nation."
France's ban on armed forces personnel joining outside unions is contrary to freedom of association, according to a recent ruling by the Court of Human Rights.