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23.06.2020

New law forces Hungarian transgender people to choose exile

New law forces Hungarian transgender people to choose exile

Responses in the field ‘sex at birth’ on new ID documents will be unchangeable Being a transgender person in Hungary is about to become even harder, after the government passed a law that will demand all citizens write their “sex at birth” on their national IDs. And the response in… »

18.06.2020

The European Union and WHO deliver vital medical supplies to East Jerusalem hospitals for COVID-19 response

The European Union and WHO deliver vital medical supplies to East Jerusalem hospitals for COVID-19 response

A substantial delivery of personal protective equipment and medical items was supplied today by the European Union and the World Health Organization to the East Jerusalem Hospitals Network (EJHN) to support preparedness for COVID-19. At the hand over event at Augusta Victoria Hospital, the European Union’s Representative Sven Kühn von… »

04.06.2020

Does the coronavirus crisis make a no-deal Brexit more likely?

Does the coronavirus crisis make a no-deal Brexit more likely?

June is a critical month for EU-UK talks on a trade deal. If no progress is made this month, a no-deal Brexit looks inevitable. Is it possible that’s because of, rather than in spite of, the coronavirus crisis? On June 23, four years will have passed since the momentous Brexit… »

16.05.2020

PAX calls for EU to stop Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank

PAX calls for EU to stop Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank

PAX calls on European foreign ministers to agree on concrete measures to show that Israeli annexation of parts of the Palestinian Occupied Territories in the West Bank will have consequences. The European Union needs to make it clear to the Israeli government that the EU will take action if… »

02.05.2020

Baltic countries are on the verge of state bankruptcy

Baltic countries are on the verge of state bankruptcy

BY LUKAS RAMONAS The coronavirus pandemic spreads throughout the world. And its victims are not only people, but also the economies of states. As it is known, the number of patients diagnosed with COVID-19 daily increases by 100-130 people in the Baltic countries. At the same time, the International Monetary… »

16.04.2020

Poles protest stricter abortion laws amid coronavirus lockdown

Poles protest stricter abortion laws amid coronavirus lockdown

Poland’s abortion laws are some of the strictest in the EU, yet its parliament is considering tightening them further. Now, coronavirus restrictions have forced opponents to get creative with their protests. Honking cars block the half empty streets of Warsaw. Red lightning bolts — the symbol of a new round of… »

29.03.2020

#LeaveNoOneBehind: Prevent the Corona catastrophe now – also at the external borders!

#LeaveNoOneBehind: Prevent the Corona catastrophe now – also at the external borders!

If you want to help with donations, you can do so here: www.leavenoonebehind2020.org/funds To meet this Coronavirus crisis, we need solidarity. Coronavirus will hit especially hard for those who already have difficulties. That includes refugees at Europe’s external borders, as well as the homeless,… »

23.03.2020

Petition for Emergency Basic Income for the EU

Petition for Emergency Basic Income for the EU

All of Europe is now in a state of emergency because of the coronavirus pandemic, and each state taking urgent measures to address it. At present, the European Commission has announced some initial measures, which include loosening the financial stability rules, funds for research and support for the most vulnerable… »

03.03.2020

The Borders are Killing, Open the Borders!

The Borders are Killing, Open the Borders!

Hundreds of groups and organizations worldwide sign multilingual Statement demanding peace, fundamental rights and freedoms of every person on the move. Five years after the so-called “refugee crisis” and almost four years after the EU-Turkey deal, we are once again witnessing the violence caused by security-centred migration policies. Since last… »

16.11.2019

The Rise of Coalition Governments in the European Union

The Rise of Coalition Governments in the European Union

By Rachel Urbano As Spain navigates itself through a deadlock election, it seems coalition governments have become the new normal within the European Union. Prime examples are neighboring Portugal and not too distant Italy, all within Southern Europe. Upon the conclusion of Spain’s 10N elections, bringing Spaniards to the polls… »

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