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Declaration by Hungarian Europe Society on rule of law

The Hungarian Europe Society insists on the concept of the rule of law as a cornerstone of functioning liberal democracies and a fundamental value in the European Union and its member states. 

New report highlights plight of people with intellectual disabilities during COVID

Inclusion Europe has published a report on the impact of Covid-19 on the lives and rights of people with intellectual disabilities and their families. Isolation and discrimination have multiplied during the Covid-19 crisis. 

Statement by Olga Zubrilova, winner of the New European of the Year Award 2020

This is a statement by Olga Zubrilova, winner with Ekaterina Zuizuik of the New European of the Year Award, which they accepted on behalf of the Women of the Belarus Opposition.

Statement by New Europeans on EU support for the rights and values programme

Following months of negotiation, the European Parliament and the German Presidency of the EU have agreed a significant increase in the budget for the Justice, Rights and Values programme. 

Women of Belarus to receive New European of the Year Award

New Europeans is delighted to announce that we are awarding our New European of the Year Award to  “The Women of Belarus”.

Statement on European Health Union

The EU Commissioner for Health, Stella Kyriakides has announced plans for a European Health Union, an idea which was proposed by Ambassador Giovanni Brauzzi to help EU member states better prepare for future pancemics and learn the lessons of COVID-19 on 9 May, Europe Day, 2020.

It's not a sin to talk about migration

Now is the time to call out political leaders who play with religion and whip up hatred for political advantage, argue Roger Casale and Piotr Maciej Kaczyński

Vice-President Joe Biden stands with Belarus

Vice-President Joe Biden has promised that as president he would work with the USA's European partners and allies to lay out a plan for a truly sovereign and democratic Belarus.

EU investigating abuse of state aid to undermine media freedom in Hungary

European Commission Vice-President Margrethe Vestager is investigating the use of state aid to undermine media pluralism in Hungary.  

AIRE Centre Director wins prestigious Law Society award

Matthew Evans – Director of the AIRE Centre has been awarded a top legal prize at the Law Society’s Excellence Awards - the highest accolade for law firms in England and Wales.
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