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2014-07-15

Wiretapping Journalists - an Effective Deterrent to the Exercise of Freedom of Expression

Wiretapping Journalists - an Effective Deterrent to the Exercise of Freedom of Expression The recent scandal involving the surveillance of 17 journalists in Lithuania raises the question of whether law enforcement agencies pay heed to human rights (including the freedom of expression) standards when making decisions.

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2014-07-14

European experts and NGOs Discussed Investment in Child Rights

European experts and NGOs Discussed Investment in Child Rights The rapidly evolving European child rights policy, the synergies between EU and EEA funds in strengthening child rights protection in the recipient countries, and the civil society’s role in further shaping the European and national responses to child rights issues was the focus of the thematic EEA Grants operators’ meeting in Vilnius, on 10 July 2014.

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2014-07-14

Constitutional Amendments Necessary for Lithuania to Comply with International Rulings

Changes must be made to the Lithuanian Constitution if the country is to fully adhere to the rulings of the European Court of Human Rights and the United Nations Human Rights Committee in a case about permanent ban of a former president from politics.

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