Category Archives: Women’s Rights

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 News: 6-7-8 January 2014

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS – NON DISCRIMINATION * DISCRIMINATIONS FONDÉES SUR L’ÂGE * Court: Italy discriminates against parents by banning right to give daughter mum’s surname EUROPEAN AREA OF FREEDOM, SECURITY AND JUSTICE– RIGHT TO ASYLUM* ORIENTATION SEXUELLE ET DROIT D’ASILE : … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter 25th, 26th, 27th of February 2013

DATA PROTECTION Statewatch: Council of the European Union: Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 13th, 14th and 15th of February

IMMIGRATION Crime levels bode ill for Kosovo’s EU visa-free bid Euobserver: “Kosovo is lagging behind in crime fighting reforms, limiting its prospects of obtaining EU visa-free travel. The European Commission in a report released on Tuesday (12 February) described Kosovo’s … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 12th of February

DATA PROTECTION MEPs copy-pasting amendments from US lobbyists Euobserver: “A handful of MEPs have copy-pasted amendments made by giant US-based IT companies directly into the EU’s new data protection law. Among the names cited by the London-based NGO, Privacy International, … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 7th of February

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS New report: Denmark participated in CIA rendition programme Copenhagen Post: “More than 50 countries have helped the United States carry out its policy of transferring detainees without due process, sometimes to countries that practise torture The rendition flights … Continue reading

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FREE Newsletter: 22nd of January

PROTECTION OF PROPERTY The limitation of costs for broadcasting short news events of high interest to the public, such as football matches, is valid Europa Rapid: “Press and Information Court of Justice of the European Union PRESS RELEASE No 5/13 … Continue reading

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