31 July 2006
G6-G8-Prum: Behind closed doors: policymaking in secret intergovernmental and international fora
Italy: Decree to introduce pardon underway
UK: Control orders breach European human rights law
Netherlands: Secret service leaks, journalist’s observations and murky police practices
UK: “Are we sending our kids to school or to prison?”
Europe: RFID documents
UK: FoI clearing house branded “secretive”
NATO: Debate on European defence shield warms up
UK: Prisoner of conscience released and tagged
Scotland: Prestwick, a staging post for US armaments to Israel
EU/Congo: Belgium “drone” crashes
Germany: Naturalisation law introduces compulsory culture
Ireland: Afghan asylum seekers removed from cathedral
Germany: Refugee politics and its deadly consequences, 1993-2005
Italy: Lengthy sentences for Milan antifascist protestors
UK: Stephen Lawrence police investigation “was corrupt”
UK: Brian Haw - what price parliamentary democracy?
UK: Zahid Mubarek Inquiry report published
France: Police repression of CPE (Collectiv Assistance Juridique) protest movement
Germany: Reports from a developing country: On the failure of the antidiscrimination law and perspectives thereafter
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