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> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 24 September 2012
> A call for financial support for 'NSU-watch'
> The NSU was a violent neofascist group that killed ten persons with migrant background in Germany. Much is still unclear about them, and the roll of the secret service is opaque.
> Website
> apabiz e.V
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 24 September 2012
> Everyone who attended #OWS with a cell phone had their identity logged, says security expert
> private investigator Steven Rambam tells about modern electronic surveillance powers and declares "Privacy Is Dead."
> 22 September 2012
> Article and video on website
> PrivacySOS
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 24 September 2012
> Clean IT – Leak shows plans for large-scale, undemocratic surveillance of all communications
> A leaked document from the CleanIT project shows just how far internal discussions in that initiative have drifted away from its publicly stated aims, as well as the most fundamental legal rules that underpin European democracy and the rule of law.
> 21 September 2012
> Article on website DCRE
> Digital Civil Rights in Europe
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 11 September 2012
> Militant protests over custody deaths in Birmingham and London
> Militant protests over custody deaths in Birmingham and London On Saturday (Aug 18th) hundreds of people marched through Birmingham to support the ongoing campaign for Justice for Kingsley Burrell. (...) Then the following Wednesday the annual commemoration for Sean Rigg took place in Brixton on the fourth anniversary of his death in the local police station.
> Birmingham/Brixton 18 August 2012
> Report on website reelnews
> Reelnews
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 11 September 2012
> Refugee support group issues 'passport for Amsterdam'
> Regugee support group ASKV has issued a 'passport for Amsterdam' for undocumented migrants
> Passport on website ASKV
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 11 September 2012
> Dutch internettaps doubled in 2011
> According to figures from the Dutch ministry of Security and Justice, the amount of internettaps has doubled in 2011, compared to 2010, while the amount of phonetaps stayed more or less the same
> 03 September 2012
> report on journalists website
> Rejo Zenger
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 23 August 2012
> Iranian refugees in Germany call for all refugees to join march to Berlin
> A wave of actions from refugees for rights, started in march 2012 in Würzburg. Iranian refugees call for a collective march to Berlin, starting on September 8
> 8 September 2012
> websiteCall for all refugees (different languages)Chronology of actions (German)
> Kees/Statewatch
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 23 August 2012
> Doctors of the World (Spain) launch campaign 'right to cure'
> The campaign for 'the right to cure' aims at supporting medical personnel in Spain who refuse to abide to the new law Real Decreto Ley 16/2012. This law excludes undocumented migrants from health care in Spain
> Press Release Medicos del MundoSpecial campaign website
> Kees/Statewatrch
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 16 August 2012
> End s60 stop and search
> An open letter to Theresa May, Nick Herbert and Bernard Hogan-Howe has been published by a collective of organisations opposing police stop and search policy, including Netpol. The letter calls for, amongst other things, the suspension of s60 stop and search powers, which allow the police to stop and search whoever they wish, without any need for ‘reasonable suspicion’.
> Open letter on website
> Netpol.org
> ECLN notice - meetings/conferences - added 16 August 2012
> National Antifascist Camp in Dortmund
> From August 24 untill September 2nd there will be an antifa-camp in Dortmund, with an ample program of workshops, debates and actions.
> Dortmund August 2012
> Website
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 16 August 2012
> Me & My Shadow
> If you use a computer, surf the Internet, text your friends via a mobile phone or shop online – you leave a digital shadow. You want to know how big it is? Find out with our interactive tools whenever you cast a shadow.
> Website
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 16 August 2012
> Protect: Securing Advocacy
> New technologies create unprecedented opportunities for individuals and low-resourced groups working to document abuses, raise awareness and mobilise people around specific issues. At the same time, they open up new risks and vulnerabilities. Our Securing Advocacy programme works to help advocates take advantage of the opportunity while simultaneously managing and navigating the risks.
> website
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 02 August 2012
> Revising the Dublin rules on responsibility for asylum-seekers: Further developments
> "The EP and Council reached a tentative deal on the revision of the Dublin Regulation, which allocates responsibility for asylum-seekers to a single Member State, in June 2012. This was the subject of a detailed Statewatch analysis at the time, which concluded that it was a missed opportunity to reform these flawed rules more fundamentally. However, for the Member States permanent representatives to the EU (known as Coreper), this deal was too generous: they objected to the change in rules relating to unaccompanied minor asylum-seekers and to the rules intended to limit the time period of detention of asylum-seekers subject to the Dublin process. Following further talks, the EP and the Council have reached a revised tentative deal, although this is subject to some technical amendments by the Council and further discussions on the procedure for adopting measures implementing the Regulation (known as comitology)."
> PDF on Statewatch website
> Steve Peers/Statewatch
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 01 August 2012
> Brothers in arms
> "The event is the annual "Symposium of the UK Trade & Investment Defence & Security Organisation (UKTI DSO)". UKTI DSO has one aim: "to help UK companies to export" and it "works with industry to build and maintain relationships with overseas customers, providing the essential government-to-government interaction." An alternative description from Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) refers to the organisation as a "taxpayer-funded arms sales unit". The annual Symposium sees arms industry executives mingling with military top brass, high-level bureaucrats, and government ministers."
> July 2012
> PDF on Statewatch website
> Chris Jones/Statewatch
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 01 August 2012
> Spotlight on Racial Violence
> An overview of racial violence and harassment in the first six months of 2012.
> 26 july 2012
> Link to PDF on website IRR
> Institute of Race Relations (IRR)
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 01 August 2012
> Actions for Mohamed Noureddin, Calais migrant who died after being arrested on July 7
> Like the demonstrations in Calais after 7th July, to the 17th July rally outside the embassy of France in London and the occupation of the French consulate in Dsseldorf on 20th July, we occupied the consulate of France, Wednesday 1st August from 11am, to protest against the circumstances of the death of Mohamed Noureddin last July 7th in Calais. Noureddin was found dead in a river in the centre of Calais after being violently arrested by police. No autopsy was performed and no testimonies were taken of friends who had been with him previously that same night.
> 01 August 2012
> Website Calais SolidarityPress Release Brussels Indymedia
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 18 July 2012
> The Caricole, as seen from the inside
> Description of the Caricole, the new high tech asylum prison near Zaventem airport in Belgium
> Brussels 14 June 2012
> Article on website
> Renee/Indymedia Brussels
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 18 July 2012
> INUK (Innocence Network)
> The Innocence Network UK (INUK) is a practical response to the needs of alleged victims of wrongful conviction that have been identified in academic research.
> 19 July 2012
> website
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 18 July 2012
> Digital Undoc
> The project aims to increase understanding of the potential to use social media and digital technology to help meet the advice and support needs of children and young people with irregular immigration status.
> 19 July 2012
> website
> On Road Media
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 18 July 2012
> Why did Ousman Sey die? Call for Demonstration: 20th of July 6pm
> In the morning of the 7th July 2012 Ousman Sey, a 45 year old of Gambian origin, died in police custody in Dortmund. Before being taken into police custody, Sey called an ambulance twice, because he was not feeling well.
> Dortmund 20 July 2012
> Website
> Dortmunder Antifa Bundniss
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