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> 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 - meetings/conferences - added 06 January 2013
> Lecture: Big Brother in Europe
> Raf Jespers, writer of the book 'Big Brother in Europe' gives a lecture in ‘Het Huis Happaert’ in Antwerp on February 21 2013
> Antwerpen 21 February 2013
> More informationMore on the book (Dutch)
> Progress Lawyers Network
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 06 January 2013
> 5 Reasons to Be Terrified That Computers Can Now Read Faces
> The ability of computers to recognize faces is so common now that your Xbox Kinect can do it, logging you in the moment you step in front of the thing. It seems like a fairly harmless invention -- if anything, it will save you a few seconds when (for instance) your future house will recognize that it's you at the door instead of a burglar. But this technology is going in a series of extremely creepy directions.
> 29 November 2012
> Article on website cracked.com
> Monte Richard/Cracked.com
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 06 January 2013
> Boat Guardia Civil runs over refugees killing 7, survivors start hunger strike
> 16 Survivors from a boat with refugees that was hit by a boat from the Spanish Guardia Civil near Lanzarote on December 13 2012, killing at least 7 refugees, have started a hunger strike
> 06 January 2013
> News (in German) on website FFM
> Forschungsgesellschaft Flucht & Migration
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 04 January 2013
> New video on Canadas 'Refugee Exclusion Act'
> On December 15, 2012, the Refugee Exclusion Act (Bill C-31, formally the "Protecting Canada's Immigration System Act") will be fully implemented. Please watch, and share this video, of past and current immigration detainees and No One Is Illegal - Toronto organizers explaining the impacts of these new laws. Filmed by Liberation Cooperative Organization outside the Toronto Immigration Holding Centre.
> 14 December 2012
> New VideoKey Facts about Detention
> No One is Illegal Toronto
> 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 - publications/research - added 04 January 2013
> Flight & Expulsion
> Based on the annual UNHCR Refugee Report, the application allows views from different perspectives on the extensive dataset, highlighting different aspects. The idea for this visualization originated from a class project on the topic of mapping global tendencies at Potsdam University of Applied Sciences in 2008. The current application's interface was completely rebuilt in late 2009.
> 2009
> Website
> Potsdam University of Applied Sciences
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 11 December 2012
> 24% of EU population 'at risk of poverty or social exclusion'
> Twenty-four percent of the EU population - or 119.6 million people - were at risk of poverty or social exclusion in 2011, according to Eurostat figures published yesterday (3 December).
> 04 December 2012
> Article at EurActiv
> Eurostat/EurActiv
> 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 - publications/research - added 11 December 2012
> Which way forward on racial profiling?
> A review of the major development in initiatives against racial profiling in European policing. A review of the major development in initiatives against racial profiling in European policing.
> 06 December 2012
> On website IRR
> Institute of Race Relations (IRR)
> 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 - publications/research - added 10 December 2012
> The moral sadism of the Dutch State
> Desperate to eject some refugees it does not want, the Netherlands is refining the art of radical deprivation. No single step, no single decision, no single action in this process is horrible. Yet the cumulative effect is grotesque.
> 4 December 2012
> Article on openDemocracy
> Markha Valenta
> 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
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 10 December 2012
> Bail for Immigration Detainees
> Bail for Immigration Detainees is an independent charity that exists to challenge immigration detention in the UK. We work with asylum seekers and migrants, in removal centres and prisons, to secure their release from detention.
> Website
> BiD
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 10 December 2012
> New global report on discrimination against the nonreligious
> The International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) has produced the first report focusing on how countries around the world discriminate against non-religious people. Freedom of Thought 2012: A Global Report on Discrimination Against Humanists, Atheists and the Non-religious has been published to mark Human Rights Day, Monday 10 December.
> 10 December 2012
> Website IHEU
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 28 November 2012
> Police Spies Out of Lives
> Support group for women's legal action against undercover policing
> November 2012
> Website
> Website
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 28 November 2012
> Conference "For Your Eyes Only"
> For Your Eyes Only: International Conference on Privacy, Empowerment and Technology in the context of Online Social Networks
> Website Surveillance Studies
> Surveilance Studies
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 28 November 2012
> German Secret service spies on leftist MPs
> According to the weekly Welt am Sonntag, Minister of interior Hans-Peter Friedrich (CSU) ordered the secret service (Verfassungsschutz) to spy on 25 (of in total 76) members of parliament of the leftist party Die Linke. Also four members of the European Parliament would be spied on. The minister refused to confirm this disclosure, but had stated to the same magazine that Die Linke would be object of observation as long as they "comprised extremists". The leader of the Linke Fraction Gregor Gysi protested vehemently against the Verfassungschutz act, as "Die Linke does not form a threat tot the security of the state". He got the support of the Social Democrats and The Greens, both demanding stopping of the activities.
> 28 November 2012
> German Article in Die WeltGerman article on reactions in parliament
> Kees/Statewatch
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 28 November 2012
> (NL-The Hague) Police shoots dead unarmed 17 year old boy
> A 17 year old boy has been shot dead by the police in The Hague on Saturday November 24 2012. Police claimed that the victim was armed, but now admits that was not the case.
> The Hague 28 November 2012
> English news item on website
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 28 November 2012
> (NL-Amsterdam) Refugees plan to resist eviction of camp
> The Mayor of Amsterdam has ordered the eviction of the protest camp of refugees in the western suburb of Amsterdam called Osdorp. A verdict by the court was be announced on Wednesday 28th confirming the eviction. The approximately 100 refugees demonstrating in the camp are determined to stay where they are and face the police force and subsequent detention. They call on all people to witness this show down and show support in a manifestation in front of the camp and on the streets of Amsterdam.
> Amsterdam 28 November 2012
> Website
> We Are Here
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