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> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 13 June 2012
> European Data Protection Supervisor warns against 'smart meters'
> Smart meters: consumer profiling will track much more than energy consumption if not properly safeguarded, says the EDP
> Press release (pdf)
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 07 June 2012
> NO Border Camp in Stockholm - PETITION for a world without borders
> In accordance with the accusation and horrific evidence presented by Tribunal 12 about Fort Europe, the struggle along the vision for a world where no one have the right to restrict the free movement and existence of others, is now more than ever needed. The violence of the borders are always kept silenced. This is something we never have a moral obligation to accept or maintain.We call for everyone to sign our petition and if they can join us the 17th June demonstration, For a World Without Borders!The demonstration will open the No Border Camp Stockhölm, which starts on the 17th and fills the week with activities, lectures, seminars and workshops, all related to the world we live in where borders constantly are in the way of people living in peace and free movement.
> CALL FOR DONATION - Boats 4 People: work in progress - "For freedom and solidarity in the Mediterranean sea , without dead at sea".PETITION for a world without borders ! Print and share the posterFacebook event
> No Border Sweden
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 14 May 2012
> Grundrechtekomitee calls for demonstration against Frankfurt Ban
> Local authorities in Frankfurt have declared a complete ban on all actions and demonstrations. To protest against this the Komitee fur Grundrechte und Demokratie calls for a demonstration on May 17 in Frankfurt
> German call on website Grundrechtekomitee
> Komitee fur Grundrechte
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 10 May 2012
> Letter to Frankfurt Mayor Roth
> The German Grundrechtekomitee has written an open letter to Frankfurt Mayor Roth, to denounce the ban on demonstrations against the European Central Bank
> Open Letter (German)
> Grundrechtekomitee
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 10 May 2012
> Imprisoned for telling the truth?
> On Thursday 26th April Mike Wells, a citizen journalist who writes for the Games Monitor website, was filming unsafe working practices on Leyton Marsh at the chaotically managed Olympic construction site. He was assaulted and arrested...
> More on website
> Save Leyton Marsh
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 10 May 2012
> Boats 4 People: Transnational Newsletter No.1
> Boats 4 People starts concrete mobilisation. The project will be on tour between Italy and Tunisia from 1st July to 19 July 2012. Join the project ! All kind of support needed ! Boats4People aims to observe the situation in the Mediterranean Sea, collect information on the situation of migrants, disseminate it in the media and denounce the role played by the EU. Boats4People also participates in the preparation of legal files on cases of non-assistance by European military or border control boats. Another objective is to build a network of sailors to alert us to violations of migrants� human rights at sea. The cooperation between European and African organizations, activists and researchers is meant as a step towards a strong long-term alliance. By mobilizing people in the Mediterranean, Africa and Europe we strive for a Mediterranean that will become a place of solidarity and cease to be a mass grave for migrants. We advocate freedom of movement for all.
> Newsletter no 1
> Boats 4 People
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 18 April 2012
> Annual General Assembly EADH
> The AEDH organises its annual General assembly and seminar in Brno, Czech Republic, on 27, 28 and 29 April 2012. During its General assembly, the AEDH will organise, with the Czech Helsinki Committee, its annual seminar on "Roma in Europe". It will be held in Brno, Czech Republic, on 27 April 2012.
> Website AEDH
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 18 April 2012
> Preemptive Arrests Planned for Olympics Protesters?
> "(...) A month ago the police dropped very strong hints that they planned to repeat the preemptive arrests of peaceful protesters that they used during the Royal Wedding. (...)"
> Article on Beyond Clicktivism
> Beyond Clicktivism
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 25 March 2012
> Know your rights on on stop & search, especially during the 2012 Olympics
> Poet, writer and patron of Newham Monitoring Project Benjamin Zephaniah explains why it is important for young people in east London to know their rights on stop & search, especially during the 2012 Olympics.
> Article and clip on NMP-website
> Newham Monitoring Project (NMP)
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 25 March 2012
> AVID: Helping immigration detainees across the UK
> AVID is the membership network for all volunteer visitors to immigration removal centres, short term holding facilities, and prisons: anywhere someone is held for immigration purposes in the UK. Since 1994 we have sought to ensure detainees rights are protected and to promote access to volunteer visitors.
> Website
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 25 March 2012
> Letter to FRONTEX from European Ombudsman
> The European Ombudsman, Nikiforos Diamandouros, has written an official letter to the head of FRONTEX, pointing at the fact that the Charter of the Fundamental Rights of the EU is legally binding for all EU Institutions, including FRONTEX
> The letter (as pdf-file)
> European Ombudsman/statewatch
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 06 March 2012
> (Nl) Woman refused passport before judge in appeal
> Nanette Boers was refused a passport because she refused to hand over her digital fingerprints to be stored on a chip in her passport, and in a central database. A courtcase will decide on March 8.
> Press release VrijbitDossier on Boers (Dutch)
> Vrijbit
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 02 March 2012
> Campaign to end the immigration detention of children
> The campaign to end the immigration detention of children will be launched on the 21st of March this year at the 19th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva. At the event IDC will invite various specialists to speak on the issue and present a policy paper that outlines a new model for preventing the immigration detention of children. This will also mark the formal launch of the campaign
> Campaign to end the immigration detention of children
> International Detention Coalition
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 28 February 2012
> Campaign for access of civil society and journalists for detention centres in Europe and Beyond:OPEN ACCESS NOW!
> European Alternatives and Migreurop, together with more than 20 organisations all over Europe launch the Campaign 'Open Access Now'. In Europe today, roughly 600,000 people including children are detained every year, most often without a court decision.Today, in most EU countries, journalists and civil society have very limited access to migrant detention centres. Often, even when one accesses it is impossible to meet people in detention, or even to talk to them. Generally, only Members of national and European Parliaments have right of access. This lack of transparency increases the risk of malpractice and numerous rights violations. Places where foreigners are detained must not remain a reality that is hidden from us. Why should we not have access? We want to know what is happening there.
> Campaign for access of civil society and
> Migreurop / European Alternatives
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 22 February 2012
> Mr Doros Polycarpou, Executive Director of KISA, is being prosecuted on charges of rioting, following tragic events at the Rainbow Festival on 5 November 2010, in Larnaca, Cyprus.We believe this trial is yet another hostile attempt to prevent KISA from upholding the fundamental rights of migrants. Moreover, this trial demonstrates the failure of the Cypriot authorities to fully respect international human rights principles [1], EU law [2]and casts doubts on Cyprus’s suitability to take over the EU presidency in July 2012. This joint statement is open to signatures to any other supportive organisation (press contact: nicola.flamigni@picum.org)
> EuroMediterranean Human Rights Network/ European Network Against Racism /Migreurop/ PICUM
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 16 February 2012
> Harmondsworth blockaders held by police for second night
> Eleven No Borders activists arrested on Tuesday during a detention centre blockade are being held by police for a second night. They are due to appear at Uxbridge magistrates court at 10am this morning, charged with causing 'serious disruption to the life of the community' under Section 14 of the Public Order Act.
> More info on website Noborders
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 26 January 2012
> LOST AT BORDER – A journey to the lost and the dead of the Greek borders
> LOST AT BORDER reports on the reality of loss and death at the Greek borders. As a close friend of ours said once: “If you are a refugee and you die nobody asks any questions. But for living somewhere, everybody is questioning you!” We want to break the silence and ask: What happened with all these people whose traces got lost?
> BlogLostatborder Report (pdf)
> Infomobile
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 20 January 2012
> Humanitarian organizations call to action to help homeless migrants in Denmark
> In Denmark there are homeless migrants, for whom the dream of a job and a better life has ended in homelessness and social marginalization. They spend the night on mattresses in damp basements or parks, and are struggling to make it through the day. They live a miserable life on the street without fundamental rights or the opportunity to get the needed help in order to get off the streets and move on with their lives. Four private organizations, all working with vulnerable and homeless people, want to change the situation for the homeless migrants in Denmark. They have started a campaign to persuade the Danish politicians to take responsibility and solve the difficult situation concerning the homeless migrants. The four organizations are Kirkens Korshaer, Hovedstadens Red Cross Denmark, Missionen blandt Hjemlose and projekt UDENFOR. The organizations have amongst others invited the mayor of Copenhagen Frank Jensen and the Minister for European Affairs Nicolai Wammen to a discussion about the situation. Lack of counseling, medical care and recognition of problems The organizations have the following suggestions for improving the situation for the homeless migrants in Denmark: Proper advice to migrants about the Danish labor market. Access to existing services such as medical and health services. Political initiative to put strategies and concrete proposals to improve the situation for homeless migrants on the agenda during the Danish EU Presidency.
> Hjemlos.dkDanish red CrossKirkenskorshaerUdenfor.dk
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 20 December 2011
> Violence against Roma in the European Union must stop
> One month before the beginning of the evaluation of the different national policies for Roma inclusion of the Member States of the Commission, AEDH denounces the passive stance of the European Commission and the Council confronted with the violent acts committed against the Roma in a certain number of European countries.
> Website AEDH
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 03 December 2011
> (NL) Solidarity with migration activist
> Joke Kaviar is a Dutch poet and writer who is very much involved in campaigns against the Dutch and European migration policies. She was arrested and had her house searched, kept prison vor four days and is being threatened with further prosecution because of her literature
> solidarity Website
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