AEDH
  • 3766 Alton Pkwy, Irvine CA 92618 USA
  • +(00) 123 456 789
  • Mon-Sat:  8:00am-6:30pm   Sun:  Closed
[google-translator]
UE-Turkey readmission agreement: a threat to Human rights

UE-Turkey readmission agreement: a threat to Human rights

Ahmet Davutoglu (Turkish foreign affairs minister) and the EU Commissioners Cecilia Malmström and Stefan Füle announced that on the 16th December Turkey will sign an agreement on the readmission of migrants entering the EU illegally from its territory; in exchange for signing the readmission agreement, the EU will open up the way for visa liberalization for Turkish nationals.

Read More

The European Parliament has voted a non-binding resolution in favour of the suspension of the EU Terrorist Finance Tracking Program (TFTP) agreement with the US

On Wednesday 23rd of October, the European Parliament has voted a non-binding resolution in favour of the suspension of the EU Terrorist Finance Tracking Program (TFTP) agreement with the US in response to the US National Security Agency’s alleged tapping of EU citizens’ bank data held by the Belgian company SWIFT.

Read More

The European Parliament adopted Eurosur

On Thursday (10/10/2013) the European Parliament, gathered in Strasbourg, adopted the draft regulation Eurosur, which aims to establish a European border surveillance system. On several occasions, AEDH has expressed concern about the threat of Eurosur to Human rights.

Read More

The European Parliament has voted the EU-Armenia Readmission Agreement

This morning, the MEPs have adopted the EU-Armenia visa facilitation agreement and readmission agreement, the latter threatening migrant’s rights and democracy in Europe. AEDH is disappointed to find that the European Parliament, gathered in Strasbourg, has not taken into account its position on this issue.

Read More