Category Archives: Borders control policies (Schengen)

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: 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: 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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FREE News: 12-13 December 2013

* Hommage à l’Homme parmi les hommes, Nelson Mandela FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – NON DISCRIMINATION * Roma discrimination: end illegal expulsions and ethnic profiling, MEPs say – LGBT RIGHTS* EU court grants welfare rights to same-sex partners EUROPEAN AREA OF FREEDOM, … 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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