Restoring freedom of expression in Spain: end the “gag law”
Spain has been one of the countries of the European Union that has most shamefully stood out for its government’s attitude against freedom of expression and information.
Key modifications in the Whistleblowers Directive proposal
The fact that the European Commission has drafted a proposal for a Directive for the protection of whistleblowers is welcome news. It is the result of the prolonged efforts of many activist organisations and several EU policy-makers, particularly in the European Parliament.
Moving Parliament’s copyright discussions into the public domain
With just eleven months to go before the 2019 European elections, European citizens’ reactions to certain aspects of the Copyright Directive mean that there is more interest than ever in what decisions are being made by the European Parliament, as well as how these decisions are made.