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> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 07 July 2014
> ECLN not longer updated
> As of December 2013 this site is no longer being updated. Please contact office@statewatch.org if you have any queries.
> Kees/Statewatch
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 19 October 2013
> International Day Against Fascism and Antisemitism
> Join the European-wide campaign to commemorate the past and to protest against contemporary forms of fascism and antisemitism. (9 November 2013)
> Flyer (pdf)New Campaign Site
> United for Intercultural Action
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 19 October 2013
> New campaign on climate change and international security: Cashing in on catastrophe
> Does climate change cause you to worry? Do you read news about increased carbon emissions - and the paltry inadequate political responses - and despair? Do you wonder what will happen as the impacts of climate change hit home? - Ben Hayes and Nick Boxton
> Introduction to campaign
> Campacc.org
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 19 October 2013
> France: « Stop the expulsions ! »
> The French League for Human rights welcomes and supports the mobilization of the students that are demonstrating today in France to support Leonarda Dibrani and Khatchik Kachatryan. These young girls have been expelled from France to Kosovo and Armenia.
> Short intro and link to press release
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 19 October 2013
> What stop and search really means
> Below we reproduce a letter from the StopWatch Youth Group to the Home Secretary on ‘what stop and search really means for young people and why this consultation is only the beginning’.
> Link to letter
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 19 October 2013
> Open letter by the group „Lampedusa in Hamburg“ to the senate of Hamburg and a renewal of our offer for talks
> We, members of the group „Lampedusa in Hamburg“, do not hide our identity, but the European governments themselves are hiding from their responsibility and refuse to face the reality.
> Open letterBackground story at Statewatch News
> Lampedusa in Hamburg
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 24 August 2013
> Two Reasons to Liberate European Cinema
> European governments should liberate the films and television series that they fund from copyright law, both as a matter of fairness to their own citizens, and as a pragmatic matter of cultural and industrial strategy.
> Article on website BOFComment on European Audiovisual Policy
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 24 August 2013
> Media coverage of protests at G4S AGM 2013
> Here is a selection of the media coverage that the actions at the G4S AGM have generated
> August 2013
> Links on website
> Stop G4S
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 24 August 2013
> Wellcome to Europe
> w2eu.info provides contacts and counselling to refugees and migrants on their way. At the outer borders of Europe, people are refused entry, they are imprisoned and deported. Nevertheless people are coming. w2eu.info is supporting you who come to Europe in your struggle for a better life.
> August 2013
> Website
> W2EU
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 24 August 2013
> (Germany) Freedom not fear
> The yearly demonstration for civil rights and against the 'Uberwachungsstaat' starts at 13.00 hours at Alexanderplatz in Berlin
> Berlin 24 August 2013
> WebsiteTrailer
> Freiheit statt Angst
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 14 August 2013
> Callout for Organizing the Non-citizens' Protestmarch to Munich
> After the protest of the hungerstriking NC's at Rindermarkt, the violent eviction by the police and in view of the fact that none of the demands of the protesters were met, the NC's will continue their protests. So, the protesters from Rindermarkt, which are definitely not going to go back to the camps, jointly decided to walk in the form of two protest marches to Munich through Bavaria, to inform as many NC's as possible and to give the opportunity to participate in this protest to those who also want to do something about these conditions.
> 29 July 2013
> Website
> Refugee tent Action
> ECLN notice - demonstrations - added 14 August 2013
> Join Voices from the borders!
> From the 2nd to the 24th of August 2013 we will travel along the North Sea coast from the Netherlands to Belgium and France for a mobile networking and research project around the situation of migrants at the closed British border.
> 12 August 2013
> More information
> noborder.nl
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 14 August 2013
> Big Brother Awards Netherlands
> on August 29 the annual prices will be awarded to the bigest enemies of privacy
> Announcement (Dutch)
> Bits of Freedom
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 14 August 2013
> After PRISM : 181 ONGs ask for less surveillance and improved data protection standards
> As technologies that facilitate State surveillance of communications advance, States are failing to ensure that laws and regulations related to communications surveillance adhere to international human rights and adequately protect the rights to privacy and freedom of expression. This document attempts to explain how international human rights law applies in the current digital environment, particularly in light of the increase in and changes to communications surveillance technologies and techniques.
> Announcement on website EAFSJOriginal call
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 23 July 2013
> Political surveillance cannot be justified – Netpol statement on Police Spying.
> Recent revelations about undercover policing have shown that a number of legal and political campaigns and organisations, including the Newham Monitoring Group, a partner organisation in Netpol, have been subject to covert surveillance operations. While the police are keen to dismiss criticism as being merely an historic issue, applying to a bygone era, Netpol sees no reason to believe that things have improved in recent years. The covert policing of dissent still lacks any effective internal accountability mechanism or means of independent/public scrutiny.
> Article on website
> Netpol
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 23 July 2013
> The darker side of the Mediterranean sea: photos from the frontline of migration to Europe
> Photojournalist Giorgos Moutafis has been documenting the arrivals of migrants and refugees to the Greek islands. Here he tells the stories behind some of his pictures, which also appear in our new campaign briefing
> July 2013
> Article and pictures
> Amnesty International
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 23 July 2013
> 'Left to Die'-boat case, testimony of Dan heile Gebre
> On April 2011, 63 migrants died in a boat in the waters off the coast of Libya. Military forces of several states were present in Libyan waters at that time. They received migrants' SOS. But no one assisted them. Dan Heile Gebre testifies.
> 11 April 2012
> Online video
> Communication Department FIDH Communication Department FIDH
> ECLN notice - campaigns/open letters - added 23 July 2013
> The city at a time of crisis: Mapping racist attacks in Athens
> The team behind the research project The City at a Time of Crisis, which aims to "trace and research the effects of the ongoing financial crisis on urban public spaces in Athens," recently launched a map to document racist attacks in the city. Statewatch spoke to Jaya Klara Brekke from the group to find out more.
> Interview with the makers of the projectWebsite
> Statewatch news Online
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 23 July 2013
> Big Brother is a Technology Company
> How Your personal Information is Used Online
> July 2013
> Infograph on website (click to enlarge)
> Baynote
> ECLN notice - publications/research - added 23 July 2013
> Dutch court forbids terror suspect deportation to US on torture doubts
> The appeal court in The Hague has called a halt to the deportation of terror suspect Sabir K to the US. The court said there is still too much uncertainty over the involvement of America in K’s torture following his arrest in Pakistan.
> 23 July 2013
> Short article on website
> DutchNews.nl
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