Malta University Press publishes a book on asylum and migration in Malta and the EU during the period 2002-2011.
The ETUC welcomes the Commission’s decision to withdraw its proposal for a Monti II regulation.The ETUC had previously rejected the proposal since it restricts the right to take collective action.
The French League for Human Rights fears about the infringement on economic and social rights that could be reached by the new fiscal treaty.
The study examines two new EU Border Surveillance initiatives, the European External Border Surveillance System (EUROSUR) and the ‘smart borders package’, including the establishment of an Entry-Exit System (EES) and the creation of a Registered Traveller Programme (RTP).
Each week, AEDH releases a Newsletter focusing on European News regarding Human rights.
The European Union Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) published in June a working paper on antisemitism in the European Union from 2001 to 2011.
During summer 2012, various governments of the European Union evicted Roma from their houses. Some states also evicted this population from their land.
AEDH strongly condemns the forced rehousing of 2,000 Romanian Roma to an old highly toxic chemical plant.
The European Association for the Defence of Human Rights deplores the persistenceof gender inequality within Europe.
The AEDH transmits the appeal from Youth without Borders that is part of the SOS for Human Rights campaign.