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> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 29 April 2013
> Launching Big Brother Awards (Belgium)
> On May 30th the Big Brother Award will be announced, voting has started on 8 candidates.
> WebsiteAnnouncement at datapanik.org (Dutch)
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 11 April 2013
> What is it that you do not understand, mr prime minister?
> A magazine cover showing a photoshopped image of the Greek Prime Minister with torture scars on his face, in direct reference to the Greek Police’s use of torture, sparked controversy, with MPs maintaining that it is “an invitation to terrorism”.
> Article on Borderline Reports
> Augustine Zenakos, Borderline Reports
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 28 March 2013
> Facing teargas
> Facing Tear Gas is a storytelling project of War Resisters League by and for people that have experienced tear gas all over the world.
> Website
> War Resisters League
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 14 March 2013
> AEDH reaffirms that personal data protection is a fundamental right that must be strengthened
> The European Parliament’s presentation of its 16 January 2013 draft report regarding the processing and free movement of personal data (General Data Protection Regulation1) does take positive steps forward but there is still progress to be made. The upcoming adoption of the final amendments to this regulation provides an opportunity to do so.
> Press Release (pdf)
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 14 March 2013
> Protest at Mass Arrest of Trade Unionists in Turkey
> It is with dismay and outrage that once again we learn of yet another round of mass arrests in Turkey. This time the victims of this repressive police action, which has become all too commonplace in the country in recent months, are trade union activists and union officials.
> More on website (pdf)
> Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 14 March 2013
> No to secret justice: The letter from 700 legal professionals
> Dear Sir, I strongly oppose the Government’s plan in the Justice and Security Bill to extend the controversial Closed Material Procedures (CMP) to ordinary civil law cases and oust the court’s jurisdiction to hear certain Norwich Pharmacal applications for disclosure.
> More on website CAMPACC
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 14 March 2013
> Newest Amendment to Hungary’s Fundamental Law Would Seriously Undermine the Rule of Law
> Three Hungarian NGOs, the Hungarian Helsinki Committee, the Eötvös Károly Institute and the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union addressed the Secretary General of the Council of Europe and the European Commission Vice-President, Commissioner in Charge of Justice, Human Rights and Citizenship in order to raise their attention to the planned Fourth Amendment to the Fundamental Law of Hungary, threatening the rule of law.
> More on website
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 29 January 2013
> The 1949 Causeway Green ‘riots’ reassessed
> Kevin Searle’s ‘“Mixing of the unmixables”: the 1949 Causeway Green “riots” in Birmingham’ examines a hitherto unknown landmark in British race relations which throws into question standard accounts of postwar immigration.
> Press release IRRChapter in Race & Class
> Kevin Searle/IRR
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 29 January 2013
> "Judges deny anti-GMO activists a fair trial"
> Dendermonde/Brussels, 15/01/2013 - In the presence of a huge crowd of supporters from a range of organisations, the court of Dendermonde (Belgium) has denied 11 anti-GMO activists the legal right to a defence in court
> Article on website GM WatchSupport groupVideo about the case
> GM-Watch
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 29 January 2013
> Solidarity with Fighting Refugees in Choucha / Tunisia
> This blog will provide you with informations and ressources on the protest of refugees from Choucha refugee-camp in Tunisia.
> Chouchaprotest blog
> Blog on Choucha refugee-camp
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 29 January 2013
> Pinar Selek Receives Life Sentence
> PINAR SELEK TRIAL Pinar Selek Receives Life Sentence An Istanbul court ordered life sentence for sociologist Pinar Selek for her involvement in the 1998 Spice Bazaar explosion, a case that has reopened three times in 14 years.
> Article on BianetMore background
> Çiçek TAHAOĞLU/Bianet
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 15 January 2013
> Me and my Shadow
> This website is created by the Tactical Technology Collective (and is in stable-Beta mode) to help you see which digital shadows you cast and how to make them smaller. Learn how you, your friends and family stay safe and sound in the digital world.
> website
> Tactical Technology Collective
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 15 January 2013
> European Privacy Day 2013
> On January 28, the world celebrates Privacy Day, a day in which events are held around the world to recognize the importance of privacy for our human values and fundamental freedoms. European Privacy Day 2013 is a platform that gives visibility to events, organised by governmental and other institutions and civil society,that draw the attention to the value privacy and data protection have in our societies or engage the citizen in privacy relevant activities.
> website
> europeanprivacyday.org/
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 15 January 2013
> Amsterdam's Plan to Resettle "Antisocial Tenants" in Containment Camps Set to Begin This Month
> Amsterdam (...) has announced an illiberal social containment and human disposability scheme to house what the Dutch are calling "antisocial tenants." The plan is to warehouse live bodies - or an ever-mounting population of surplus labor - in converted shipping containers.
> Article on Truthout
> Danny Weil, Truthout
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 15 January 2013
> Schedule 7 terror laws used to interrogate activists
> There is now abundant evidence that the police are using terrorism powers to stop and question activists on their political activities when they pass through UK ports.
> Article on website
> Netpol
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 15 January 2013
> Joke Kaviaar, activist/ publicist, under attack by Dutch state - solidarity needed
> Joke Kaviaar, writer/ poet/ anarchist/activist, had been put on trial by the Dutch state for íncitement against public order'. The charge is based on four articles she wrote and published on het website, in which she strongly criticized the oppression, detention and deportation of migrants/ refugees/ people without papers, and called for active resistance aganist these policies.
> Article on libcom.orgSupport group
> rooieravotr/libcom.org
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 04 January 2013
> Hunger strike at Refugee Camp Vienna
> Press conference on day 13 of the hunger strike in the Votive Church
> Weblog Refugee Camp
> Press release refugees
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 11 December 2012
> Open letter to Dutch Minister on plan for remote searches of computers
> 43 NGO's sign letter against plans to grant Dutch police the authority to break into local and foreign computers and remotely conduct searches and delete data in the course of a criminal investigation.
> Open letter (pdf)
> 43 NGO's
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 10 December 2012
> Dutch general practitioners refuse to hand over information on patients
> The Association of Dutch General Practitioners (VPHuisartsen) has started a law suit against four of the major health insurance companies. These companies demand that the practitioners hand over information about their patients in a 'voluntary; electronic data network LSP. The attempt to force all doctors to store all their data on a compulsive system called EPD (Electronic Patients' Dossier) failed in 2010 after the senate refused to approve a law on this.The practitioners warn that they will not be able to uphold their vow of confidentiality if they are forced to take part in such a system.
> Earlier article at Statewatch epdPress Release in Dutch
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 10 December 2012
> ANVB stands for 'Algemene Nederlandse Vreemdelingen Bond'(General Association for Foreigners), a spoof for the association for car owners ANWB. ANVB also indicates where to go...
> Website ANVB
> Kees
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