E-library

How to use the e-library?

How to use it?

Our website is equipped with an advanced search engine facility: the e-library. Whether you are trying to locate a publication we’ve produced or looking to take part in our campaigns and support our work, then your journey starts here.

Why using it?

The e-library allows you to browse the latest Human Rights-related news we’ve produced on any given theme and country. For customised search results, you can either select the type of publication you’d like to browse (Press Release, Report, Factsheet, Core Document, …etc.), your theme of interest (gender equality, justice, etc.) or the country for which you are looking to locate information.
You can further refine your search results by combining several criteria (e.g. Report /Syria/ women rights)

We value your opinion! Please send us your feedback on result relevance and user friendliness of our e-library at information@euromedrights.net

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    Letter to Merkel ahead of visit to Cairo

    24 February 2017 Dr Angela Merkel Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany Willy-Brandt-Straße 1 10557 Berlin   Subject: Your visit to Cairo, 2-3 March 2017, amidst clampdown on human rights in Egypt   Dear Chancellor Merkel, Your upcoming trip to Cairo to discuss migration and counter-terrorism also provides a key opportunity to raise concerns with … Continued

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    Joint Statement: Asylum down the drain

    Intolerable pressure on Tunisia 21 February 2017 – Lately, Tunisian authorities have been the target of intolerable pressure by Germany and Italy. Within a week, they have been forced to clarify their opposition to the German as well as to the Italian authorities which were allegedly planning to send migrants and refugees back to Tunisia. Domestic … Continued

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    Syria: Make Human Rights the Priority of Geneva Talks

    Ending Unlawful Attacks; Access to Aid; Detainee Rights; Justice & the Security Sector Reform (Geneva, February 21, 2017) – Participants in the February 23, 2017 United Nations-sponsored peace talks in Geneva should prioritize five key human rights issues during negotiations, 40 human rights and other organizations said today. The priorities are to end unlawful attacks, ensure … Continued

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    Convening an EU-Israel Association Council now risks rewarding violations of international law

    Israel/OPT – Convening an EU-Israel Association Council now risks rewarding violations of international law On 7 February 2017, EuroMed Rights sent a letter and submission to the EU and the 28 Ministers of Foreign Affairs warning against the risks of convening an EU-Israel Association Council and further deepening relations with Israel in the coming months. … Continued

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    Syria: It is the Syrians Who Write Their Constitution

    Last Monday 23 January 2017, peace talks on the six-year Syrian conflict were held in the Kazakh capital of Astana. The talks, sponsored by Russia, Turkey and Iran, were intended to strengthen the ceasefire but also to reach a political settlement of the conflict. During those peace-talks, Russia proposed a draft to serve as a “guide” for the … Continued

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    Training Guide on EU Advocacy

    The aim of this guide is to assist members of EuroMed Rights and other human rights NGOs to understand EU policies and decision-making structures, taking into account the changes introduced by the revision of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) since 2015, the EU Action Plan on Human Rights and Democracy for 2015-2019, and the bilateral agreements the EU is (re)negotiating … Continued