European Institutions

  • Britain Ready to Reject EU Demands on Human Rights Laws

    March 04, 2020

    According to a report in the Sunday Telegraph, Britain is preparing to reject EU demands to guarantee that the country will continue to be bound by European human rights laws once the UK becomes fully independent.

  • Politico: Human Rights and Greta Thunberg on Hungarian State Media Watch List

    March 04, 2020

    According to internal emails obtained by Politico, Hungarian state media authorities told staff they need permission to report on Greta Thunberg and EU politics, and banned coverage of reports from leading human rights organizations.

  • Kurtz: Arizona House Passes Campus Intellectual Diversity Bill

    March 04, 2020

    Writing in the National Review’s The Corner, Stanley Kurtz reports that the Arizona House is the first legislative body in the United States to pass a campus intellectual diversity bill, which instructs public universities in Arizona to stage debates, panel discussions, and individual lectures that explore America’s biggest public-policy controversies from divergent and opposing perspectives.

  • Germany‚Äôs High Court Approves a Right to Assisted Suicide

    March 03, 2020

    Emboldening euthanasia movements around the world, Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court has handed down a long-awaited decision endorsing the legality of assisted suicide, ruling that a law banning suicide with professional assistance deprived terminally ill patients of a constitutional "right to a self-determined death."

  • Slovakia Parliament Rejects Women's Rights Treaty

    March 03, 2020

    Slovakia lawmakers have voted to reject the so-called Istanbul Convention, an international treaty adopted by the Council of Europe in 2011 in a bid to fight violence against women throughout Europe.

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