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- 29 September 2016
On 23th of September, the Polish Parliament decided to move ahead with the bill which would introduce a near-total ban on abortion. Show your solidarity with women in Poland!
- 20 June 2016
The UN Human Rights Committee finds Irish abortion laws cruel, inhuman and degrading and calls for reform.
- 11 April 2016The Polish Government is heading towards a complete ban on abortion to follow Catholic bishops' call.
- 4 April 2016
“Can Faith and Freedom Co-exist?” MEPs, journalists and civil society leaders answer the questions about religious freedom, secularism and extremism in a video by Catholics for Choice
- 3 February 2016
A Saudi court has overturned the death sentence of a Palestinian poet accused of renouncing Islam, imposing an eight-year prison term and 800 lashes instead.
- 3 February 2016
Un collectif de journalistes satiriques est entré en résistance contre la politique anti-immigration du Premier ministre hongrois. La résistance politique peut-elle éclore par le rire en Hongrie?
- 27 January 2016
Authorities in southern German states are confiscating cash and other valuables from refugees as they arrive in order to pay for their stay. [...]
- 19 January 2016
The European Commission has announced that it will start an unprecedented investigation into whether controversial laws pushed through by Poland's new Law and Justice Government violate EU standards.
- 12 January 2016
“Viktor Orban gave us an example of how we can win,” Mr Kaczynski said in 2011, 18 months after Fidesz secured a two-thirds parliamentary majority. “The day will come when we will succeed, and we will have Budapest in Warsaw.”
- 10 December 2015
Freedom of Thought report 2015 : There has been a rise in extrajudicial violence, and in several states harsher judicial sentences have been handed down for crimes such as “blasphemy” and “apostasy” (leaving religion).