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LDH Belgium has recently published a study on ethnic profiling

At a time when « ethnic » profiling raises questions, there is still very little information on this topic. The study released by the Belgian French-speaking League for Human Rights seeks to fill this gap by giving a voice to those primarily concerned, namely individuals which are controlled.
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The Belgian League of Human Rights (LDH) organizes a cycle of activities around the theme of the protection of personal data.

10 September 2015 – The Belgian LDH also launches a cycle of activities on the respect of private life throughout the year, with three introductory days in October. The program includes debates, screenings, exhibitions and concerts. During various conferences, the association will address the challenges, opportunities and obstacles that damage private life and the protection of personal data. Because freedom of privacy is guaranteed to all by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Article 12), LDH considers that citizens have to become familiar with their rights, as well as the dangers that are associated to sharing private data, especially in a context of anti-terrorism, fraud, and data-mining.

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LDH Belgium Press Release : ” TTIP – Why do we ask for a suspension of the negociations ? It is urgent !”

June 23, 2015 – Whereas the negociations of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership are still ongoing, whereas numreous cautions have been put into light, concerning the democratic deficit, the lowreing of standards and the creation of a private justice, the Ligue des Droits de l’Homme (LDH), along numerous other associations, reminds everyone why the fight must continue so the TTIP never comes to achievement.

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Black day for migrants and for the Belgian migration policy

3 April 2015 – Following the suicides of two people which Belgium had denied the right of residence to, the Belgian League of Human Rights (LDH) reminds that it is high time that Belgian politicians take responsibility for the link between their political choices and the distress they produce.

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Belgium: The closed centres: Prisons in the shadow of the law … and of the media

6 March 2015 – The Belgian League of Human Rights (LDH) and the organisation CIRÉ (Coordination and Initiatives for Refugees and Foreigners) remain committed to the fight against the existence of the detention centres, and see in the latest developments an additional reason to be vigilant about what is going on out there, behind closed doors.

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