All EHF news
- 11 March 2015
On 10 March, the European Parliament adopted the Tarabella report and committed to further actions towards gender equality in Europe. Importantly also, MEPs have clearly agreed that women must have control over their sexual and reproductive health and rights, including access to contraception, legal abortion and sexuality education. This is a reassuring move after the rejection of the Estrela report on SRHR in 2013.
- 6 March 2015
Joint Call from EHF and NGOs to support the Tarabella report on Equality between women and men in the EU
- 20 February 2015
The Russian Humanist Society, an EHF member organisation, together with several prominent Russian humanists initiated a manifesto of the Russian humanists (...)
- 16 February 2015
Shootings at an event on free speech and at a synagogue in Copenhagen. The EHF reacts to this new attack against Freedom of expression (...)
- 7 February 2015
On 4 February, EHF President met with Under-Secretary of State for European Affairs Inga SkujiÅ†a in Riga. Our core recommendations focused on non-believers' rights worldwide, blasphemy laws in Europe and Latvian non-discrimination legislation (...)
- 30 January 2015
Check out our new campaign to abolish blasphemy laws worldwide (...).
- 7 January 2015
Gunmen have attacked the Paris office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 12 people and injuring 7. The EHF reacts to this ferocious attack against Freedom of expression.
- 3 December 2014
In response to the European Parliament’s resolution condemning Pakistan’s blasphemy law, the EHF calls for action from the EU on abolishing blasphemy laws within the EU.
- 26 November 2014
Throughout Europe, the rise of populism has been damaging for politics and for the people it has been oriented against. A look at the use of populist rhetoric on immigration in the UK.
- 25 November 2014
Today, the European Parliament adopted its position on the new post-2015 development framework which will take over from the Millenium Development Goals. Despite conservative attacks, MEPs have eventually secured women's rights as a key priority for this new framework.