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> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 20 October 2006
> Reclaiming Our Rights
> The government has been attacking our basic democratic rights through unjust principles: a presumption of guilt, punishment without trial, and pre-emptive restraints on liberty. These principles link diverse measures and pretexts. Through ASBOs the definition of ‘anti-social behaviour’ has been broadened to prohibit activities which would not otherwise be illegal, even to criminalise individuals who contravene an ASBO. ‘Anti-stalker’ laws have been used to prohibit and criminalise political protest against companies. Having broadened the definition of terrorism, ‘anti-terror’ laws are used to deter, suppress and criminalise political activities.
> London Metropolitan University 2 December 2006
> Programme
> CAMPACC, Institute for Human Rights and Social Justice (London Metropolitan University) and others
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 23 October 2006
> Islamophobia and the War on Terror
> How are the attacks on Muslims linked to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? How can the anti-war movement counter those attacks in its continuing campaign to end the Bush/Blair wars?
> Camden Centre Judd Street London WC1H  Saturday 18 November 10.00am - 5.30pm
> Stop the War
> Stop the War Coalition
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 03 October 2006
> Copenhagen International Conference: Anti-terrorism legislation, political rights and international solidarity
> Sessions: Legal, political and social aspects of the ‘war on terror’; Witnesses: Colombia, Palestine. Resistance, ‘terrorist lists’ and the ‘global war on terror’. Workshops: Middle Eastern and Latin American experiences and the ‘war on terror’; Political movements, civil rights initiatives, communities and political rights in the EU.
> Peter Ipsens Allé, Copenhagen 18 November 2006
> AgendaOprør website
> Oprør/Rebellion
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 19 October 2006
> Fundamental rights for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual people on the eve of 2007 - the European Year of Equal Opportunities for All
> The year 2006 saw a rise in homophobic discourse and violence in many parts of Europe, including several EU Member States. The Year 2007 has been designed to be the European Year of Equal Opportunities for all. As a follow up to two EP resolutions (on Homophobia in Europe adopted in January 2006 and on the Rise of Racist and Homophobic Violence in Europe adopted in June 2006) both of which gathered parliamentary majority owing largely to the efforts of our group, it is important to send a powerful political signal against discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation on the eve of 2007. We would like this conference to be open to a large audience including MEPs, representatives of our respective parties, representatives of NGOs as well as experts in the field of gay and lesbian rights. To attend e-mail with your name, date of birth and your place of residence.
> European Parliament, Brussels 8-9 November 2006
> Programme
> Socialist Group in the European Parliament
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 23 October 2006
> First Meeting of the Internet Governance Forum
> The IGF Greece 2006 structure consists of eight main sessions. The Greeek Minister of Transport and Communications Mr. Michalis Liapis will chair the opening and closing sessions, whereas the other sessions of the Forum will be charied by a high level panel of speakers from all around the world.
> Athens, Greece 30 October - 2 November 2006
> ProgrammeIGF Greece website
> IGF Greece
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 19 October 2006
> Oorlog & Vrede [War & peace]: International anti-war conference
> The conference will discuss the Dutch role in the "war on terror" in the light of upcoming elections (22 November 2006) and the situation in Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon and Palestine
> Amsterdam 29 October 2006
> Details
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 28 July 2006
> 10 Years Advocacy for Access to Information
> Ten years ago, on Octover 23, 1996 Access to Information Programme was established in Sofia, Bulgaria with a mission to promote the right to information and initiate a public debate on relevant issues. To mark the event, AIP plans to hold a 10 Years Advocacy for Access to Information Conference on October 27, 2006.
> Sofia, Bulgaria 27 October 2006
> AIP websiteFOIA net
> Access to Information Programme
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 03 October 2006
> Document 4: International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival
> We invite you to a rich, diverse, and intriguing group of films - to take part in the discussions, the music events, and meet with the many filmmakers, campaigners and others who will be in attendance. It isn’t always easy viewing. But it is essential viewing. As ever, we need debate about the issues of our time. The people who made these films performed a crucial service for those of us- all of us?- who need to engage with that debate: an act of witness. See the films. Agree. Disagree. Engage.
> Glasgow, Scotland 12-16 October 2006
> Programme
> Document Festival
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 03 October 2006
> PUBLIC HEARINGS INTO THE BARRON REPORT ON THE BOMBING OF KAY’S TAVERN, DUNDALK ON 19th DECEMBER 1975
> Public hearings before the Irish parliamentary Joint Oireachtas Committee on Justice, Equality, Defence and Women’s Rights will commence tomorrow, Tuesday, 26th September on the above report. As well as the bombing of Dundalk, that of Castleblayney, Dublin Airport, the railway line at Baronrath Bridge, Co. Kildare, the Miami Showband murders, the gun and bomb attack at Donnelly’s Bar, Silverbridge and several other atrocities in which collusion is suspected, will be included.
> Dublin, Ireland 26 September 2006
> Testimonies onlineJustice for the forgotten website
> Justice for the forgotten
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 02 May 2006
> High Level Dialogue on International Migration and Development
> The purpose of the high-level dialogue is to discuss the multidimensional aspects of international migration and development in order to identify appropriate ways and means to maximize its development benefits and minimize its negative impacts... There will be "informal Interactive Hearings" with NGOs, civil society and the private sector on 12 July 2006.
> United Nations, New York 14-15 September 2006
> UN High Level DIalogue websiteInformal Interactive Hearings
> United Nations General Assembly
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 31 May 2006
> International Course on Refugee and Asylum Law
> The course will introduce international refugee law in relation to current asylum trends in Europe and will be dedicated to the study of the main articles of the 1951 Geneva Convention relating to the status of refugees and relevant human rights treaties... It is expected that this course will be over-subscribed and places are limited, so please urge those interested to register as soon as possible. Closing date for registrations is 17 July 2006.
> Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro  7-10 September 2006
> ECRE: about ELENA
> European legal network on asylum (ELENA)
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 26 March 2006
> The Regulation of migration, asylum and movement in the "new Europe" - call for papers
> The impact of the 2004 Madrid and 2005 London bombings brought a new and fiercely regulatory extension to the movement of people in the context of the ‘war on terror’. Other events, such as the assassination of the film director Van Gogh in the Netherlands or the riots at the suburbs of Paris, brought up new questions about immigration policies and models of integration in Europe. Ironically, these policies and models have consolidated at the very time that the European Union is going through unprecedented expansion to include member states from the former Eastern bloc. In turn, expansion has revived theoretical and political debates about ‘old’ and ‘new’ immigration and modes of social control or conflict.
> Corinth, Peloponnese, Greece 31 August - 3 September 2006
> Call for papers
> 34th Annual Conference of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 04 February 2006
> War Resisters' International Conference
> The Conference will: - Analyse the contemporary situation of economic, cultural and political globalisation. How are capitalist globalisation and militarism related? - Develop strategies for nonviolent resistance towards the unjust aspects of globalisation. How do we create nonviolent social change? - Bring together people from the globalisation critical movement and WRI's network of pacifists and anti-militarists for mutual exchange of ideas on nonviolent opportunities for resistance. - Strengthen networks and create new links between activists from all over the world.
> Paderborn, Germany 23-27 July 2006
> War Resisters' International websiteRegistration form
> War Resisters' International
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 30 June 2006
> Public Hearing on the European Security Strategy and the future of the European Security and Defence Plan
> Speakers: Mr Elmar BROK, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs; Mr Karl von WOGAU, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Security and Defence; Mr Robert COOPER, Director General, Council of the EU; Mrs Nicole GNESOTTO, Director of the EU Institute for Security Studies; Mr Narcis SERRA, former Defence Minister of Spain; Mr Otfried NASSAUER, Director of the Berlin Information Centre for Transatlantic Security; Prof. Michael COX, Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics; Lieutenant General Jean-Paul PERRUCHE, Director-General of the EU Military Staff; Mr Lars-Erik LUNDIN, Head of Unit, Deputy Political Director, Security Policy, Relex, European Commission. If you would like to attend, please contact Mrs Urszula PROCNER (+32-2-283-2535, uprocner@europarl.europa.eu)
> Room 4B001, PHS Building, EP, Brussels 9-12.30, 13 July 2006
> European Parliament subcommittee on Security and Defence
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 29 June 2006
> IRR lunchtime seminars
> The final three seminars in the series: Monday 10 July: ASYLUM LAW: CREEPING CRIMINALISATION; Monday 17 July: THE EURABIAN NIGHTMARE; Monday 31 July: THE NEED FOR MEDICAL JUSTICE: OBTAINING EFFECTIVE HEALTHCARE FOR DETAINED ASYLUM SEEKERS. The seminars will be held on Mondays at the IRR. They will start promptly at 1pm and end at 2.15pm. Seats are limited so please book your place by phone (020 7837 0041) or email (info@irr.org.uk) if you wish to attend a seminar or if there are other people that you think should be invited to participate.
> London July 2006
> IRR website
> Institute of Race Relations
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 08 May 2006
> Homeland and Border Security: Securing Our Future
> "This event is aimed at the entire community working towards safeguarding the UK against organised crime, cybercrime and terrorism of all kinds." The conference is supported/sponsored by a host of private companies involved in the private security industry.
> QEII Conference Centre, London 4 July 2006
> Conference website
> GovNet events
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 19 June 2006
> Children: Over Surveilled, Under Protected
> The government is introducing radical changes in children’s services aimed at improving early identification and intervention with children thought to be at risk of failing to reach their potential. They place a particular emphasis on identifying children who might become delinquent or achieve poorly at school. As part of this policy, several databases are being set up which will contain extensive personal information about children and their families. The amount of data collected will radically alter the privacy of family life and many concerns have been raised about the potential harmful effects of such large-scale surveillance.
> Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House Building, LSE 27 June 2006, 2-5 pm
> Conference website
> LSE & ARCH
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 19 June 2006
> Book Launch: Human Rights in the Global Information Society
> The book is edited by Rikke Frank Jørgensen and the contributors examine the links between information technology and human rights - freedom of expression, access to information, privacy, discrimination, gender equality, intellectual property, political participation, and freedom of assembly in the context of information and communication technology - exploring the ways in which the information society can either advance human rights around the world or threaten them. The presentation will be followed by a keynote from Gus Hosein, author of the chapter on Privacy.
> Danish Institute for Human Rights, Copenhagen 23 June 2006, 13:00-15:30
> Details
> Danish Institute for Human Rights & Danish WSIS
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 20 March 2006
> Sub-Saharan Migrants in Europe
> International meeting to analyse the effects of sub-Saharan immigration to Europe on societies in both countries of origin and Europe, and workshops to discuss civic participation, post-colonial second generations, cultural productions and gender and integration issues.
> Lisbon (Portugal) 23 June 2006
> SociNova Migration – Universidade Nova de LisboaMeeting poster (Portuguese)Meeting poster (English)
> Faculty of Social and Human Sciences – Universidade Nova de Lisboa
 
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 20 March 2006
> 2nd World Social Forum on Migrations
> International initiative to bring together groups, associations and networks working around migration and asylum issues. The main themes include the effects of globalisation, violations of human rights and regression of civil and political rights, the situation of asylum seekers, analysis of models for coexistence, public policies and co-development, with a special emphasis on the role that migrants can have in development projects and policies in their countries of origin.
> Madrid (Spain) 22-24 June 2006
> II Forum Social Mundial de las MigracionesCEAR - Comité Español de Ayuda al Refugiado
> CEAR - Comite' Espanol de Ayuda al Refugiado
 
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