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Reducing rights, reducing the length of stay, reducing the number of people. . . The triptych of measures to limit the “influx” of migrants in the process of generalisation

Reducing rights, reducing the length of stay, reducing the number of people. . . The triptych of measures to limit the “influx” of migrants in the process of generalisation

Since 1999 and the Amsterdam Treaty, European asylum and migration policies are supposed to be “common”. This means that, in principle, Member States no longer have full national sovereignty over these matters except for entry controls and the issuing of residence permits.
But for almost twenty years now, there have

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Letter on Digital Europe and Data Protection

Letter on Digital Europe and Data Protection

Because we have been outraged by the Cambridge Analytica case, because we are following the implementation of the DGPS, including concerning the GAFAM (and other digital companies under American law) which will always try to circumvent the citizens’ protections implemented by the European Union, the AEDH sent a letter to all

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Civic space in Europe

Civic space in Europe

On Friday 22 June 2018, Civil Society Europe and Civicus released a 2017 report on civic space in Europe. The aim of this study is to collect trends relating to civic space in the various Member States of the European Union. This study is based on the perceptions of civil

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Newsletter spring 2018

Newsletter spring 2018

What happened at AEDH in Spring 2018? Find it out here!
AEDH NEWS

International Refugee Day – AEDH and EuroMed Rights Joint Tribune
European Digital Sovereignty – AEDH Open Letter to the European Commission and the Council
Grow up into a responsible citizen by joining the #CyberCRACCS network
Football game

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