Category Archives: Asylum & refugees rights and policies

FREE News:1st April

AFSJ (data protection): ‘Facebook tracking said to breach EU law'(EUObserver): Facebook is tracking users, both on and offline, contravening EU privacy rules, according to a report. AFSJ (PNR):’Mexico backs off airline sanction threat on PNR’ (EUOBSERVER): Mexico has backed off … Continue reading

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FREE NEWS: Special MOS MAIROUM issue (21/10/2014)

MOS MAIROUM LATEST UPDATES 14/10/2014 – 21/10/2014   EU-Wide Police Operation ‘Mos Maiorum’ – What You Can Do PICUM, 20th of October 2014 : “What is Mos Maiorum? The EU-wide police operation ‘Mos Maiorum’started on 13 October and will run … Continue reading

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FREE News: 12-13 June 2014

EUROPEAN ELECTIONS * Cameron: Juncker wasn’t in the ballot papers * Five Star Movement votes online to join Farage’s EFD FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – LGBTI* RIGHTS * Lui cambia sesso, nozze nulle. Ma per Consulta norma è incostituzionale * Denmark becomes … Continue reading

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FREE News: 9-10-11 June 2014

STATEWATCH DIGEST OF LIMITE DOCUMENTS EUROPEAN ELECTIONS SPECIAL * Trois eurodéputés montrés du doigt par la Haut-commissaire aux droits de l’homme de l’ONU * Former journalists take on new MEP roles FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS * Danish childminder’s discrimination case may redefine … Continue reading

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FREE News: 26-27-28 May 2014

EUROPEAN ELECTIONS SPECIAL Italy’s Renzi triumphs in EU vote Socialists win in Portugal, stay second in Spain ALDE-affiliated Bulgarian rogue candidate withdraws Leftist Syriza wins Greek EU poll, requests early general election Defiant ECR predicts kingmaker role in race for … Continue reading

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FREE News: 19-20-21 May 2014

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS* United Kingdom: Court backs disabled woman’s human rights protest * Court: Hungary should reform its system for reviewing whole life sentences – LGBTI* RIGHTS * EU top job candidates back new strategy on gay rights * 2009-2014: 4 … Continue reading

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FREE News: 17-18-19 February 2014

Reding predicts eurozone to become a federal state Euobserver: “European Commission vice-president Viviane Reding has predicted that the eurozone will become a federal state, while urging the UK not to leave the Union. The Luxembourg politician in Cambridge University on … Continue reading

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