European Lawyers: Refugees at the Greek border are victims of EU and Turkish complicity *

On 1 March 2020 the Greek Government unilaterally invoked Article 78.3 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), announcing that it would not accept new asylum applications for one month and that those who attempt to enter illegally would be turned back. These measures were in response to the Turkish Government’s …

European Lawyers: Refugees at the Greek border are victims of EU and Turkish complicity *

Political trials against lawyers and political activists in Turkey and other countries

hier Termin und Ort eintragen ELDH will try to send observers to the following trials. These trials are observed by many lawyers from different organisations in Europe. Colleagues who wish to participate in the trial observation should get into contact with ELDH: trialobservation@eldh.eu ELDH Guide on Trial Observations UN Basic principles on the role of …

Political trials against lawyers and political activists in Turkey and other countries

EJDM demands: to acknowledge the public utility character of the anti-fascist organization VVN

Düsseldorf, 12. Dezember 2019 Press release In recent months, the number of cases in which associations in Germany have been deprived of their predominantly long-recognised non-profit status by tax offices has increased. One of the victims of this repressive politics is the 1947 created Federal association of the pursued ones of the Nazi regime – …

EJDM demands: to acknowledge the public utility character of the anti-fascist organization VVN

THE PHILIPPINES: ATTACKS AGAINST LAWYERS ESCALATING

THE PHILIPPINES: ATTACKS AGAINST LAWYERS ESCALATING Joint call by international legal community: Protect Filipino lawyers! Today, Lawyers for Lawyers together with 151 international and domestic bar associations, other lawyers’ organizations (among them ELDH) and legal professionals from 49 countries around the world called on the Government of the Philippines to take all necessary measures to …

THE PHILIPPINES: ATTACKS AGAINST LAWYERS ESCALATING