European Liberties Platform (ELP) is an informal network of European civil liberties watchdog of non–governmental organizations (NGOs).
On June 6 2016 the European Liberties Platform reported the news about the Syrian man arrested by tsecurity patrol, “Fenix”, in Zgorzelec, a town on the Polish-German border last February. The guards checked the man’s ID and after concluding that … Continue reading
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On June 3 2016 the European Liberties Platform, referred the Croatian Ombudswoman’s complaint about Parliament’s rejection of its own Report for the year 2015. The Ombudswoman Lora Vidović reminded the government that the report, containing over 50 thematic chapters, offers a … Continue reading
On May 30, Libertie.eu reported the compliant that The Belgian League of Human Rights (LDH) filed accusing the justice minister and the prime minister that it is quite clear that the government does not care about the living conditions of … Continue reading
On May 20, 2016, Liberties referred about the UN Human Rights Committee’s report on how well Sweden lives up to the UN’s International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR). Among several areas, when it comes to the situation for … Continue reading
On May 4, 2016, Liberties announced the release of The Italian association Antigone annual report on the conditions of detention in the country: the prison system has achieved many goals, but there is still much work to do. Overcrowding issue: … Continue reading
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