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EU policy on human rights

(10/11/2015) EU-Africa Summit in Valletta must not dress up border control as ... As European Union (EU) leaders and African heads of state prepare to meet in Malta on 11 and 12 November for ... Diary note: New report on the failings and dangers of Europe’s response to the global refugee crisis Refugees wait to be processed outside the Presevo transit center in Presevo, Serbia, Monday, Oct. 5, 2015. (Photo by Giles Clarke/Getty Images Reportage) Diary note: New report on the failings and dangers of Europe’s response to the global refugee crisis Razor-wire fences, push-backs and violence at the hands of authorities, and outsourcing of responsibilities to third countries – these are the measures that have become intrinsic to the European Union’s (EU) so-called response to the refugee crisis, and which are documented in Amnesty International’s forthcoming report Fear and Fences: Europe’s Response to Keeping Refugees At Bay. (19/01/2015) Europe: Complicit governments must act in wake of US Senate torture report European governments that cooperated with the CIA’s secret detention, interrogation, and torture operations ... (16/01/2015) US Torture Report reinforces allegations of European complicity with CIA ... On Tuesday 20 January 00.01 GMT, Amnesty International will launch a new briefing paper, Breaking the ... (07/01/2015) France: ‘Dark day for freedom of expression’ as gunmen attack satirical ... This morning’s deadly attack by gunmen on the Paris office of the newspaper Charlie Hebdo is a chilling ... (04/04/2014) New global coalition urges governments to keep surveillance technologies ... (04 April 2014) World leaders must commit to keeping invasive surveillance systems and technologies out of ...