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> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 28 April 2013
> Conference on the rights of refugees and migrants
> Der Fremde als Feind? Heimatlos, Ausgegrenzt (The Foreigner as enemy? Without country, expulsed) Conference on May 4, Berlin
> 19 April 2013
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 28 February 2013
> Public meeting: "Lawyers on Trial in Turkey: Implications for Establishing Peace and Justice"
> To be a lawyer in modern Turkey is to enter an increasingly high risk profession. Many human rights lawyers in Turkey now languish in jail following repeated raids by anti-terror police and special operations squads on the offices of political activists and the arrest of lawyers for representing their clients.
> London: Wilson Room, Portcullis House, Westminster, SW1 28 February 2013
> Announcement on website CAMPACC
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 15 January 2013
> HANDS UP FOR INQUEST 2013 – Fundraising dinner
> Hosted by Jon Snow, with special guest comedian Doc Brown. Thursday 7 March 2013 @ The Tabernacle, London W11 Please join us for an evening of good food, laughter and entertainment, all in aid of INQUEST’s award-winning work
> 08 January 2013
> Website Inquest
> Inquest
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 06 January 2013
> Lecture: Big Brother in Europe
> Raf Jespers, writer of the book 'Big Brother in Europe' gives a lecture in ‘Het Huis Happaert’ in Antwerp on February 21 2013
> Antwerpen 21 February 2013
> More informationMore on the book (Dutch)
> Progress Lawyers Network
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 16 August 2012
> National Antifascist Camp in Dortmund
> From August 24 untill September 2nd there will be an antifa-camp in Dortmund, with an ample program of workshops, debates and actions.
> Dortmund August 2012
> Website
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 22 June 2012
> 8th Symposium of Kritnet in Kassel
> Network Critical Migration and Border Regime Research (Kritnet) holds its 8th symposium during the Documenta in Kassel (July 13-15)
> Kassel (GE) 13-15 July
> Symposium 2012
> Netzwerks Kritische Migrations- und Grenzregimeforschung
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 09 May 2012
> Frankfurt authorities try to ban all protests
> Organisations have been planning protests at the European Central bank (ECB) in Frankfurt from May 16-19 to protest EU austerity policies. Local authorities have been refusing to cooperate with the organisers, and have now issued an prohibition of all protests and demonstrations during those days (including a mass demonstration on Saturday May 19).
> Frankfurt 09 May 2012
> More informationSign petition against ban here
> Blockupy Frankfurt
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 25 March 2012
> Invitation for yearly Conference Komitee fur Grundrechte und Demokratie
> Who defends, and endagers the 'active democratic system' is the theme for this years conference. in the setting about disclosures of fascist violence in Germany, and the role the secret service has plaid.
> Cologne 22/23 September 2012
> Invite on website (in German)
> Komitee fur Grundrechte und Demokratie
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 06 March 2012
> (NL): Big Brother Awards 2011
> Who will win a prestigious Big Brother Award at the upcoming ceremonies in Amsterdam? Find out at the eighth edition of the Big Brother Awards The Netherlands, held on March 7th 2012 in Amsterdam.
> Amsterdam 7 March 2011
> website
> Bits of Freedom
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 16 February 2012
> London Noborders Convergence
> London NoBorders, along with Goldsmiths students and other groups, are organising a week-long convergence to be held in London between 13 - 18 February 2012. The aim is to get together to share our knowledge and experiences in relation to people's freedom of movement and the restrictions on it, and to share skills, network, strategise and take action.
> London 13-18 February 2012
> Program on website
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 01 February 2012
> Social Movements in the Digital Tsunami
> Day long conference on many aspects of policing protests, as counter to the European Police Congress” (14. – 15.february)
> Berlin 04 February 2012
> Details conference
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 21 November 2011
> Media and the Riots
> a unique one-day conference that brings together young people from riot areas and media practitioners in a long-overdue and much needed dialogue. The event will be informative, educative and practical with general sessions and youth-focused breakout workshops. Afterwards, the plan is to produce a report, perhaps in multi-media format, that will have a positive impact on future media coverage of our communities.
> London 26 November
> more on website Latest.com
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 01 September 2011
> A Decade of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism since 9/11: taking stock and new directions in research and policy
> A Decade of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism since 9/11: taking stock and new directions in research and policy. Conference organised by Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group (CSTWG) of the British International Studies Association, at the University of Strathclyde and Glasgow City Chambers, Central Glasgow.
> 8-11 September 2011
> Program on website
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 11 August 2011
> IFJ Conference on Journalism in the Shadow of Terror Laws
> 10 years after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 (9/11) in New York and Washington, the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) and the European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) are organising a global conference on ' Journalism in the Shadow of Terror Laws' in Brussels on 10 -11 September 2011. Objective: To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, discuss the impact of anti-terror legislation on civil liberties and the work of journalists and to examine the way forward.
> Brussels 10-11 September 2011
> Conference flyer (pdf)
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 19 May 2011
> Report on Jena Refugee Conference and Zella-Mehlis Lager Protest
> We will Break the Isolation from the Lagers! Refugee Conference in Jena and Action-day in Zella-Mehlis 22-24.04.2011
> May 2011
> See video report here
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 19 May 2011
> Irish in Britain Seminar Series 2011 (10 - 31 May)
> The recent upturn in Irish migration indicates that Britain continues to be one of the primary destinations of Irish migrants into the 21st Century.  This year's seminar series covers a broad range of research in the field and aims to put current trends into their broader historical and political context.
> 10-31 may 2011
> Seminar program
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 09 May 2011
> (SK) Conference From Theory to Practice: Creative Action Towards Social Change,
> Looking at the European political situation and its transformation in the past few years, one thing can be seen clearly. The years of the global financial crisis have been very helpful for nationalist, racist and far-right parties, groups and movements. (...) The aim of the conference is to form a platform for new ideas and strategies for the European antidiscrimination movement. In a time when far-right groups are more and more successful in recruiting new members and addressing a large part of the population, fresh strategies and ideas are needed.
> Bratislava (SK) 16-21 May 2011
> Announcement (English)
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 08 May 2011
> Anti - Frontex Days /16-23 May Warsaw
> Ending oppression in Europe requires radical solidarity; this entails realizing that our liberation is co-dependent. Migrants and non-alike, our freedom is bound together, and thus so must be our struggle.
> Warsaw 16-23 May 2011
> WebsiteAnti-Borders CollectiveProgram
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 19 April 2011
> Conference on Criminalization of Undocumented Migrants in the Netherlands
> The Dutch government recently launched a proposal to criminalize undocumented migrants. In response, PICUM and some of its Dutch Members, Stichting LOS, Stichting ROS and the Paulus Church, have decided to organize an international workshop. The workshop titled, “Countering New Legislative Proposals Criminalizing Undocumented Migrants in the Netherlands: Building on Experiences of Resistance Throughout Europe”, is intended to provide a better understanding of laws, policies and practices concerning criminalization of undocumented migrants in different European countries. The workshop will be held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on Friday, 27 May 2011.
> 27 May 2011
> Announcement PICUM
> PICUM eo.
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 30 March 2011
> Standing up to Surveillance
> A Conference hosted by the Network for Police Monitoring. The gathering of ‘intelligence’ by police on political protesters and minority communities is now a commonplace activity.  Some initiatives hit the press – the use of undercover police officers to infiltrate pacifist and environmental campaigns, for example, or installing ’covert’ cameras with counter terrorism money to watch the movements of Birmingham’s Muslim population. (...) What is driving this rapid and seemingly unstoppable descent into a surveillance state?  Why are so many of us potential targets for state scrutiny?  Is an increasing demand for intelligence driven by a fear of ‘extremism’?  Or by the availability of technology and the millions that can be made from it?  And what can be done to stop it? 
> April 17 2011
> WebsiteRegistration
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