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Editorial by AEDH President – For a Europe welcoming migrants

Editorial by AEDH President – For a Europe welcoming migrants

Brussels 19 June 2018 – While our governments no longer have solutions and compromise our fundamental values, it is time for decision-makers to take the consultation of citizens into account in their discussions! Sign the European Citizens Initiative #WelcomingEurope!
It is one of the “flagship” instruments of participatory democracy

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AEDH contribution to the Civil Society Days

AEDH contribution to the Civil Society Days

On 24-25 May took place the 2018 Civil Society Days and the digital world was at their heart. On this occasion, the European Association for the Defence of Human Rights, the European Civic Forum and the EESC Section TEN – Transport, Energy, Infrastructure and the Information Society organised the workshop

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Joint Statement: Polish Parliament Must Protect Women’s Health and Rights

Joint Statement: Polish Parliament Must Protect Women’s Health and Rights

203 associations including AEDH, LDH-France and European Civic Forum express their full solidarity in a joint statement for Polish women whose reproductive rights are once again threatened by the legislators.
 
Polish Parliament Must Protect Women’s Health and Rights
22 March 2018
We are deeply concerned by relentless attempts to

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Mass surveillance and citizens

Mass surveillance and citizens

AEDH and ELSA organize a film-debate on the film “Nothing to hide” on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 from 18:45, at Saint-Louis University (43 bd Botanical Garden, 1000 Brussels, audience number 7).
Sunday, January 28, 2018 took place the International Data Protection Day. In order to highlight the importance of this

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AEDH participated in EASO consultation

Last November, AEDH participated in the consultation of EASO (European Asylum Support Office) on its training module “Interpreting in the context of asylum”. On this occasion, the AEDH had conducted an interview with Sophie Pointurier to understand the issues of public service interpretation (to be found in the AEDH Newsletter

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