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Human Rights Tag

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Today, the European Parliament (EP) adopted the Directive on protecting persons who engage in public participation from manifestly unfounded claims or abusive court proceedings (‘Strategic lawsuits against public participation’), informally known as Daphne’s Law in honour of assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia In a landmark decision for freedom of expression and human rights advocacy, the EP...

October 25 is a significant day in the European calendar. Since 2003, the Council of Europe and the European Commission have decided to celebrate the "European Day of Justice" on this date. This commemoration reminds us of the importance of justice, human rights and the constant struggle for a more just society. It serves as a...

Within the framework of the 25th session of the Committee on Enforced Disappearances, the first General Comment on enforced disappearances of persons during migration processes was adopted and launched, which analyzes the importance of States in protecting the human rights of migrants, especially those in a situation of special vulnerability.  The chairman of the Committee, Oliver...

Every year since 1981, the International Day of Peace has been celebrated worldwide on September 21. The initiative was born in the General Assembly of the United Nations, as a reminder of the promotion of peace as one of the main purposes set forth in the Charter of the United Nations. It is materialized for...

Today, September 15, 2023, is a historic day for Spain. Julio Pacheco Yepes, victim of arbitrary detention and torture for belonging to an anti-fascist movement that opposed Franco's regime, sits down to testify before a judge. This event will be part of the history of Spain, since it is the first time that a victim...