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> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 12 February 2011
> Butcher of Lyon worked for German secret service after WWII
> Klaus Barbie, the Nazi war criminal infamously known as the “Butcher of Lyon”, was an agent of the German Federal Intelligence Service (BND) in the 1960s. This was revealed recently by the news magazine Der Spiegel.
> Jan 2011
> Article on WSWS
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 12 February 2011
> Netherlands only EU country to store fingerprints after UK decides to quit
> The UK gives up the Identity Card Scheme, but the Netherlands hold on to a nationwide database for fingerprints (report on joop.nl)
> Jan 2011
> Dutch report on joop.nl
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 12 February 2011
> Human rights court slams EU asylum policy as inhumane
> n a landmark ruling the European Court for Human Rights has criticized the EU's asylum policy. It said forcing refugees to apply for asylum in the country of their entry into the EU was inhumane.
> 21 Jan 2010
> Deutsche Welle (English)
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 26 January 2011
> Crisis-policy EU threatens democracy
> EU member countries parliaments to loose power over economical issues if new EU crisis-policy is accepted
> 19 Januari 2011
> Corporate EU-topia (CEO, pdf))Dutch report
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 26 January 2011
> Is police posting fake messages on internet?
> According to research revealed by weekly activist internetmagazine Schnews and Indymedia-UK, Police has been posting secretly incriminating content on indymedia Amongst the postings one infamous that was used as reason to confiscate the server-computer of a local indymedia (bristol) branch.
> Jan. 2011
> SchnewsIndymediia-UK
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 25 January 2011
> The Prison Journal; Special Issue on Irish Prisons
> Publication: The Prison Journal; Special Issue on Irish Prisons (L. Leonard, Ed) Date of Publication March 2011 Advance Orders Available Now from Sage at the following website: http://tpj.sagepub.com/content/early/recent
> March 2011
> Website for orders
> (L. Leonard, Ed)
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 25 January 2011
> Etat de droit. Droits des personnes en Calais.
> Two in-depth reports on the situation of migrants living in the vicinity of Calais. One focuses on police violence, providing a chronology of interventions involving arrests or the destruction of belongings or makeshift shacks. The second looks at the different violations of rights which take place in the area, including the right to seek asylum (through the experience of four Afghans), minors' rights to protection, living conditions, why the area may be described as one where rights do not apply, media coverage and the slide towards violence and finally, the constant police pressure which the migrants are subjected to.
> Calais 10 January 2011
> Etat de droit. Droits des personnes en Calais.Chronologie de la pression policiere
> La Marmite aux Idees
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 25 January 2011
> I quaderni dell'osservatorio
> "I quaderni dell'osservatorio" are a collection of studies which analyse key issues concerning the repression of social struggles. The first deals with criminal proceedings against participants in mobilisations and the treatment of political struggles as simple criminal activity. The second deals with killings by law enforcement officers, the third with emergency and security laws, the fourth is a defence handbook which highlights the offences which political activists are at risk of being accused of, the fifth concerns the occupation of schools, with relevant information on the norms and rulings which it is worth knowing about, particularly after the interior minister recently warned that students occupying schools would be charged with criminal offences in the context of recent nationwide protests.
> Italy 24 January 2011
> I quaderni dell'osservatorio
> Osservatorio sulla repressione
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 20 January 2011
> (Nl) Black book data leeks
> Bits of Freedom has started a project to register unwanted leeks of data (from governments and corporations) and adjacent black book. 'Because registering faults is not enough, we also made a concept for a proposal for law which obliges institutions to immediately make public when they had such a leek".
> January 2011
> Announcement BOFProposal for Law (pdf)
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 20 January 2011
> Nl: Ombudsman starts investigation on 'stop and search'
> The Dutch national ombudsman has announced to start an investigation on the 'preventative stop and search' operations by the police. The inquiry is done in collaboration with the local ombudsman of Rotterdam and Amsterdam. They want to know if you your - good or bad - experience.
> Till 1 March 2011
> More info on website ombudsman
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 07 January 2011
> Privacy Advocates
> Affiliated with the Canadian 'New Transparency' research network, the website Privacy Advocates documents information about "civil society groups and non-for-profit organizations, rather than about those within the state or the corporate sector". It intends "to facilitate communication between these groups, researchers and other people in the wider community". Currently Privacy Advocates is listing around 130 organisations from all over the world - more than 50 from Europe.
> 1 January 2011
> Privacy Advocates
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 07 January 2011
> CILIP 96: Crossing borders – Police on the way
> Issue 96 of the German journal CILIP focusses on police crossing borders: liaison officers, joint police trainings and police support.
> 22/12/2010
> Table of contents and selected articles online (in German)English abstracts
> Bürgerrechte & Polizei/CILIP
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 07 January 2011
> Police-infiltrator outed in Heidelberg (Germany)
> Simon Bromma appeared to be the name of a full time undercover police officer who tried to infiltrate in leftist activist groups in Baden-Württemberg disguised as a student who called himself Simon Brenner. He also operated in international structures. like the No Border Camp in Brussels last year. He was outed after a thorough investigation in which most of his real personal details were found out and disclosed. More in German in two postings on indymedia-linksunten
> 15/12/2010
> Part 1Part 2
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 07 January 2011
> The 'Dutch Defence League'
> Anti-fascist organization KAFKA has issued a thorough report on the Dutch Defence League, an extreme right wing organisation that emerged inspired by and in close collaboration with the English Defence League. Although it attracts big media attention, the organization consists merely of a few men without a large following.
> 23/12/2010
> Report from Kafka
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 06 January 2011
> Amnesty International publishes critical report on Dutch prison conditions for undocumented migrants
> After a first critical report on the prison conditions in the Netherlands for undocumented migrants in 2008, Amnesty International now publishes an updated version. The title of the new report is 'Against Human Rights' and the conclusion is that most recommendations mentioned in the 2008 report have not been followed (as then minister Albayrak had promised). The conditions in the Netherlands are contrary to human rights.
> 5 November 2010
> Analysis by DoorbraakReport (pdf)
> Amnesty International
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 06 January 2011
> Raid on Radio FSK (Hamburg) declared illegal
> A 2003 raid by 200 policemen on the offices of leftist Hamburg radio FSK, has been declared illegal after appeal at Federal Constitutional Court
> 05/01/2011
> press release (German)
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 05 January 2011
> Prevent and Tame. Protest under (Self)Control
> The contributors to the edited collection "Prevent and Tame" argue that the understanding of the interplay between social movements and power is crucial when analysing ongoing struggles. The articles reflect on how current neo-liberal or neo-social transformations affect social movement practices, including the impact of surveillance, the criminalization and stigmatization of protest, and how these can lead movements to engage in self-taming behaviour amongst themselves. The stated aim of the book, however, is not to tame protest by over-amplifying its apparent obstacles, but to prevent its energy from being pointlessly wasted or misdirected. "Prevent and Tame" is published in the series "Manuskripte" of the German Rosa Luxemburg Foundation and includes contributions by Stephen Gill, Peter Ullrich, Florian Heßdörfer, Andrej Holm, Anne Roth, Marco Tullney, Michael Shane Boyle, Darcy K. Leach, Sebastian Haunss and Nick Montgomery.
> Berlin November 2010
> Prevent and Tame
> Florian Heßdörfer, Andrea Pabst, Peter Ullrich (Eds.)
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 24 December 2010
> French government allowed to censor internet
> The French parliament approved a law permitting the government to filter internet - putting websites on a blacklist - without any juridical procedure
> 15 December 2010
> Article in Le Point
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 24 December 2010
> Dutch government wants to make call for bankrun illegal
> Two ministers (for 'Security and Justice' and 'Finance') have announced to parliament the preparation of a law that would make the issuing of a call for a collective bankrun illegal.
> 23 December 2010
> Article on blog of newspaper NRCOfficial letter to parliament
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 20 December 2010
> The robot armies at our borders
> The EU is entering a new, and disturbing, phase in its efforts to police its borders. In a hi-tech upgrade to ‘Fortress Europe', the EU is developing drone planes, satellite surveillance systems, unmanned ground and marine vehicles, even combat robots, to be deployed to ‘defend' Europe from migrants.
> 02 December 2010
> Article in European VoiceNeoConOpticon
> Ben Hayes
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