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Letter to Ms. Zypries, President of the Justice and Home Affairs Council

(11/06/2007) JHA Council on 12-13 June: Proposal for a Council Framework Decision on certain procedural rights in criminal proceedings throughout the EU read more

Amnesty International’s observations with regard to first MAF of the EU Fundandamental Rights Agency

(30/05/2007) At the occasion of the drafting of the first Multi-Annual Framework of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency, Amnesty International takes the opportunity to reiterate and add its recommendations with regard to the work of the Agency, inaugurated on 1 March 2007. read more

FRA-Note for Inauguration

(01/03/2007) The speech that Amnesty International would have made at the inauguration of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) in Vienna read more

Amnesty Internationals Empfehlungen an den Deutschen EU Ratsvorsitz

(11/01/2007) Die Ambivalenz der Menschenrechtspolitik der Europäischen Union. read more

Amnesty International's recommendations to German EU Presidency

(11/01/2007) The ambivalent state of EU human rights policy Amnesty International’s ten-point programme for the German Presidency of the European Union. read more

LGBT Rights in Poland and Latvia

(15/11/2006) The lack of respect, protection and promotion of the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons is still an area for concern in several European Union (EU) countries. Amnesty International is concerned that in Poland, the rights to freedom of expression and assembly are not fully guaranteed, and that leading public figures have made homophobic statements. Amnesty International is also concerned that in Latvia, the rights to freedom of assembly and expression are not fully guaranteed. read more