Category Archives: European Agencies and Bodies

FREE News: 24th November 2014

24th November 2014 The lastest news in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (AFSJ) and the External AFSJ AFSJ: EP News Hub Jan Philipp Albrecht (Germany) Tomorrow the @Europarl_EN votes whether to send the blanket #surveillance of flight passenger … Continue reading

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FREE News: 20-24 October 2014

Mos Maiorum: MEPs raise concerns over transparency, lack of information from the Council and over Frontex involvement Mr Benedetto Della Vedova, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, represented the talian Presidency of the Council of the European Union Echoes from … Continue reading

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FREE News: 5-6 June 2014

EUROPEAN ELECTIONS SPECIAL* Farage’s EU Parliament group faces uncertain future * Eurosceptic Danes and Finns leave Farage’s group * La gauche radicale est le seul parti européen à respecter la parité homme/femme FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS* How to strengthen Europe’s fundamental rights … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 2-3-4 December 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS *Two terror suspects sue Poland over ‘CIA torture’ * Austerity stripping away Europe’s human rights, watchdog says DATA PROTECTION * Espionnage par la NSA – La Ligue des droits de l’Homme de Belgique et la FIDH portent plainte … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 25-26-27 November 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – RIGHT TO PRIVACY * UN advances surveillance resolution reaffirming ‘human right to privacy’ DATA PROTECTION * NSA surveillance: Europe threatens to freeze US data-sharing arrangements * Want to set up a website? The “Five Eyes” want your … Continue reading

Posted in Asylum & refugees rights and policies, Borders control policies (Schengen), Cybersecurity, Data Protection, European Agencies and Bodies, European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, Fight against terrorism, Fundamental rights – Charter, Immigration policies, Judicial and police cooperation, Judicial cooperation in criminal matters, Privacy, Regular immigration | Leave a comment

FREE Newsletter: 14 and 15 November 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – NON DISCRIMINATION * Le retour de la burqa dans l’actualité judiciaire? EU CITIZENSHIP* Maltese parliament approves selling citizenship to non-EU citizens EUROPEAN AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE – BORDER SURVEILLANCE/GOOD ADMINISTRATION * Ombudsman calls on Frontex … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 11, 12, 13 November 2013

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS * Sweden closes four prisons as number of inmates plummets – LGBT RIGHTS * EU Court of Justice rules sexual orientation valid ground for fear of persecution in asylum procedures – FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION AND DEMOCRACY* “Freedom of … Continue reading

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