Do you worry about your rights and freedoms as European countries roll out one restrictive law after another? A former UN expert sees it clearly: liberties must never be restricted in the name of security.
Important provisions of Poland's law regulating public assemblies will lose force in October, but certain aspects of the government's effort to revise the law deeply concern civil society.
Human rights, justice and the rule of law are core values on which the EU is founded. The Spanish government has adopted a package of legal reforms that severely undermines these principles. Ask the Commission to take action to protect European values!
A statement from Rights International Spain, released in the face of Spain’s approval of the new "gag law," reminds us that we must continue to exercise our rights to defend them.
Thousands of people came to Frankfurt Wednesday to demonstrate against the European Central Bank during the opening of its new headquarters. Riots started early in the morning, causing damage and leaving 350 people...
A protest movement has been given permission to take the mayor of London to court over his decision to erect fences around Parliament Square, disrupting a peaceful event and forcing it to move to a narrow space away from the square.
Aryeh Neier traveled to Spain in February in response to the imminent approval of the draft Law on Public Security and other reforms restricting citizens’ rights and access to justice.