The latest update from Lesvos Legal Centre on the situation on the island of Lesvos, where over 21,000 asylum seekers and refugees are living in appalling conditions.
An investigation by the Daily Record has uncovered far-right attempts to infilitrate the armed forces in Scotland.
Privacy International have outlined some of the most dubious of the EU's security research projects, which receive millions of euros to develop new, intrusive forms of surveillance and tracking technology.
The British government is planning a new set of measures aimed at countering terrorism - including subject people imprisoned for terrorism offences to lie detector tests before release.
An opinion piece by security expert Bruce Schneier arguing that facial recognition bans are only looking at one small part of a big picture. The technology is one of myriad methods of identifying, correlating and discriminating against people without their knowledge or consent, says Schneier, and privacy advocates need to broaden their focus if they are to deal with the problem effectively.
An extended analysis of the Polish government's attacks on the rule-of-law.
Justice In A Broken World by Professor David Andress - Saturday 14 March 2020, London
"The Council of Europe’s Committee for the Prevention of Torture published on Tuesday a highly critical report on a detention centre in Denmark."
"The European Union is considering banning facial recognition technology in public areas for up to five years, to give it time to work out how to prevent abuses, according to proposals seen by Reuters."
"A counter-terrorism police document distributed to medical staff and teachers as part of anti-extremism briefings included Greenpeace, Peta and other non-violent groups as well as neo-Nazis, the Guardian has learned."
A new study examining media coverage of migration in different EU states.
The EU is pressing ahead with attempts to ensure that police retain the power to wiretap 5G telecoms networks.
"Police and Crime Commissioners across England and Wales can start bidding today to equip more of their officers with tasers as part of a Home Office drive to give police more powers and tools to tackle crime."
The threats to rights and liberties posed by the Conservative government's programme.
"Refugees and migrants trying to make their journey into Europe are facing increasingly hostile conditions - forcing them to take huge risks to their safety."
A document setting out UNHCR's priorities for EU policy on asylum in the coming year.
first Council ideas for a Strategic Agenda (2019-2024), nicknamed "Tampere II"
"Serious incidents erupted in the town hall of the island of Chios on Monday night, where Deputy Minister of Labor, Notis Mitarakis was booed and became the target of protesters angry over the government’s migration policy and the creation of a new structure for refugees and migrants."
"The Greek government has decided to build 10 new facilities to house 15,000 migrants, as new irregular arrivals from neighbouring Turkey continue."
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