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EU Agency for Fundamental Rights launches Scientific Committee, Call for Expressions of Interest

The European Union Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) is launching today the call for expression of interest for its new Scientific Committee. It is composed of 11 independent persons highly qualified in the field of fundamental rights (lawyers, social scientists, statisticians etc.) and is mandated to guarantee the scientific quality of FRA's work across the full spectrum of fundamental rights.

Urgent written question to Donald Tusk

Subject: Recognition of citizenship rights of UK citizens in other EU member states and agreement on non-UK EU citizens’ rights in the UK

EU can guarantee rights of 1.6 Million UK citizens in the EU unilaterally

In a ground-breaking report based on empirical research and expert legal analysis, the civil rights gr

Macron's awesome new cabinet

At last a government in Europe where half the ministers are women, including:

Thousands of Brits Abroad may lose their vote

Many UK citizens who registered to vote in the referendum last year will not be on the register for the General election if they have not renewed their registration this year.

Ode to Joy - Friedrich Schiller

Joy, beautiful spark of the gods, Daughter from Elysium, We enter, drunk with fire,

Statement to Hungarian people and civil society organisations – we stand in solidarity with you!

Civil Society Europe invites Civil Society Organisations across Europe to join in a common statement in solidarity with people in Hungary

New Europeans is pleased to announce the establishment of its Irish branch.

With the launch of New Europeans Ireland today we hope to play our part in a new dialogue and to engage with and to build an alliance of individuals and organisations who believe in and support the European project going forward.

We call on French citizens including all those outside France to vote for Macron

Over 2.5m French people live abroad. And they all have the vote. Many of the new Expats from France, a large proportion of whom are young, highly skilled professionals, were heading to the UK. At least that was the case until the Brexit referendum.

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