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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 - publications/research - added 28 April 2013
> Venice Commission Reexamines the Hungarian Fundamental Law
> The delegation of the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission), the Council of Europe’s advisory body on constitutional matters, has visited Hungary with the mandate to reexamine and reevaluate the Fourth Amendment to the Fundamental Law of Hungary and its potential consequences.
> 17 April 2013
> Article on website HCLU
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 28 April 2013
> Shocking testimony from the Police Station of Drapetsona
> I feel totally obliged to speak about the things I witnessed with my very own eyes at the Police Station of Drapetsona, a close-to- the city- port neighborhood in Piraeus. I really have no idea of how I could possibly help my fellow men and so I expect each one of you to contribute to this by making widely known what I saw:
> 26 April 2013
> Letter on europolice blog
> Europolice
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 15 April 2013
> Era of the digital mercenaries
> This year’s “Enemies of the Internet” report is focusing on surveillance – all the monitoring and spying that is carried out in order to control dissidents and prevent the dissemination of sensitive information, activities designed to shore up governments and head off potential destabilization.
> 12 march 2013
> Announcement on website RSFReport Enemies of the Internet (pdf)
> Reporters without Borders
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 11 April 2013
> Call to demonstration against German Secret Service (Verfassungsschutz)
> Demonstration against the role of the German Secret Service in the so called NSU-scandal, a neo-nazi gang that murdered 10 persons.
> Munic 17 March 2013
> Press release RAW
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 11 April 2013
> The second phase of the Common European Asylum System: A brave new world – or lipstick on a pig?
> Several years ago, the EU set itself the deadline of 2010 – later postponed to 2012 - for completing the second phase of the Common European asylum System (CEAS). Near the end of March 2013, the European Parliament (EP) and the Council (the Member States’ interior ministers) finally agreed upon the texts of the two remaining legislative measures to this end. No further EU measures on asylum (other than a revision of the current European Refugee Fund) are currently under discussion or planned for the time being. So the recently agreed rules will likel y govern the issue of asylum in the EU for a number of years to come.
> 8 April 2013
> Statewatch analysis (pdf)
> Steve Peers/statewatch
> 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 - publications/research - added 11 April 2013
> A Three-Fold Attack On Protest
> A promotional video for the Defend the Right to Protest Conference that took place on 14th October 2012. The film looks at the history of the police, the development of militarised methods of policing, and the increasing criminalisation of protest.
> October 2012
> Online video
> Dialectical Films
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 11 April 2013
> Europe's forced returnees claim abuse
> Cases of excessive force being used to remove rejected asylum seekers have been documented in a number of European countries.
> 10 April 2013
> Article on irinnews.org
> IRIN-Africa
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 28 March 2013
> Shadow Lives The Forgotten Women of the War on Terror
> New book by Victoria Brittain - Shadow Lives reveals the unseen side of the '9/11 wars': their impact on the wives and families of men incarcerated in Guantanamo, or in prison or under house arrest in Britain and the US. Victoria Brittain shows how these families have been made socially invisible and a convenient scapegoat for the state in order to exercise arbitrary powers under the cover of the 'War on Terror'.
> 21 March 2013
> Announcement on website Campacc
> campacc
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 28 March 2013
> (Nl) Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR)-camera’s
> Weblog Sargasso has mapped the 1625 ANPR-camera's on Dutch soil, and reveals what they are capable to
> 21 march 2013
> Dutch article on weblog
> Sargasso.nl
> 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 - demonstrations - added 14 March 2013
> Solidarity gathering for No Border Activists Brussels
> During the week of September 26 to October 1, 2010 was held a No Border camp in Brussels (..) Activists were arrested and convicted in April 2012 respectively to one year and six months suspended sentence (five years !) during a political-like trial they decided to appeal that verdict.
> Brussels 10 March 2013
> Press Release on website
> Indymedia Brussels
> 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 - demonstrations - added 14 March 2013
> Demonstration against the role of the German secret service (Verfassungsschutz) in the DSU-scandal
> On April 17 the court case against the underground neo-nazi-group NSU will start in Munich. This group was involved in 10 murders of 'foreigners'. Failure of the secret service to stop this killing spree suggests involvement...
> Munic 13 April 2013
> More on website RAV
> 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 - publications/research - added 28 February 2013
> Racial Violence: Facing Reality
> Racial violence remains an everyday experience for some. And, as research by the Institute of Race Relations (IRR) shows, it is no longer confined to the major urban centers with wich racist attacks have been historically associated.
> February 2013
> Report on website IRR (pdf)
> John Burnett/IRR
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