Language Equality in the Digital Age

27.09.2018

Conference on language technologies and digital equality in a multilingual Europe

Whilst many minority or smaller languages are thriving as community languages, it is often a different story online, where English often dominates. This is not only a problem for minority languages. Many EU languages are majority languages in the real world but have become minority languages in the digital world.

Defending Fundamental Rights in the EU: the Spanish case

29.05.2018

Exchange of views about fundamental rights in Spain

Watch a video clip about this event: This exchange of views about fundamental rights in Spain...

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24.05.2018

Attacks on Freedom of Speech and the Press in Europe

This public conference in the European Parliament will look at the challenges faced by journalists and others in their work, with a particular focus on the current situation in Europe. Panelists will include journalists from diverse media as well as activists from a range of backgrounds.

Civil and Fundamental Rights in the EU

01.02.2018

The Catalan case

9:30h - 11:00h State repression on the 1st of October  -    [9:30h - 9:3...

Francoism Post Franco

20.11.2017

Politics on European Rememberance - organised by EFA & GUE/NGL MEPs

This event, organised by MEPs from the EFA and GUE/NGL, is in the context of remembering the ongoing suffering and injustice caused by the dictatorship in Spain. It comes 42 years after the death of Franco when many continue to seek justice, truth and redress.

Stateless nations and media

28.09.2017

Is a national communication agenda possible?

Political and social movements of stateless nations face a double communication challenge in order to spread their vision and aims to society. The aim of this conference is to analyse the reality of both media and the communication agenda in several European stateless nations from different angles.

Criminal defamation laws in the EU

07.09.2017

Are criminal defamation laws stifling free speech?

In the laws of many countries defamation is defined both as a civil wrong and a criminal offence. In other words, a person can either be sued for compensation by the affected person or be criminally prosecuted by the state.

ImagiNation - 100 years of visual political communication on self-determination

28.08.2017

An exhibition by the European Free Alliance

This exhibition invites your ImagiNation to promenade through 100 years of visual political communic...

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The Right to Decide

11.01.2017

Self-determination in the EU

Simultaneous interpretation in ENG- NL- CAT –EUS- CYM -IT-ES   12:00 Informal lunc...