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...

Management of agrochemicals
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Management of agro-chemicals

29.09.2016

Elimination of "black spots" and creation of "white spots"

INTRODUCTION TO THE THEME (pdf presentation)SUMMARIZING BROCHURE - Improved Pesticides and Chemicals...

Mirror Mirror - Drych Drych

05.09.2016

International art exhibition exploring collective memory and perceptions of the Roma

The Greens/EFA and Creatives without Borders present Drych Drych – Mirror Mirror, an inter...

When we were the refugees

21.06.2016

Elisabeth Eidenbenz and the maternity hospital at Erne

Hosted by MEPs: Ernest Maragall, Josep-Maria Terricabras, Jordi Sebastià Agenda 18.30 - 18.40 &nb...

Respecting Linguistic Diversity?

01.06.2016

Language discrimination in the EU

Respecting linguistic diversity? Language Discrimination in the European Union You will be able t...

The Catalan Path to Independence

19.04.2016

An International Perspective

Hosted by: MEP Josep-Maria Terricabras MEP Ernest Maragall MEP Ramon Tremosa Speakers: Krysty...

Refugees: another challenge for universal health in the EU

07.04.2016

Round-table organised by EFA MEP Jordi Sebastià

Agenda 11.00 - 11.10 - Welcome Jordi Sebastià MEP, Primavera Europea (Greens/EFA) Florent Marcell...