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A resolution voted by the EP today joins a growing number of actors who are actively supporting the UN Binding Treaty, however the EU has not engaged enough so far. Ahead of an important decision in the Council on 10 October regarding the EU’s participation in the process, it is time to step up!
Invitation to sef: and CIDSE Policy Lunch, Brussels, 12 July 2018; 12:00 - 14:00, Representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia to the EU
Rue Montoyer 47, 1040 Brussels
Carta abierta a la Unión Europea y sus Estados miembro.
Bruselas, 27 de abril 2018
La RED EU-LAT (anteriormente CIFCA y Grupo Sur) y la red CIDSE compuestas por 58 organizaciones europeas e internacionales manifiestan su profunda preocupación por las muertes, desapariciones, ataques a periodistas y contra la libertad de expresión reportados en Nicaragua. Hacemos un llamado a la Unión Europea y a sus Estados Miembros, a condenar estos hechos, a apoyar públicamente a las personas defensoras de derechos humanos, y a solicitar al Estado de Nicaragua el respeto de las obligaciones internacionales en materia de derechos humanos.
What mHRDD means in different legal contexts and how civil society can advocate for it.
Webinar Series organised by ECCJ, Amnesty International, Anti-Slavery International and CIDSE.
Negotiating a UN Treaty on Business and Human Rights. Report of conference co-hosted by sef: Development and Peace Foundation and CIDSE. Brussels, 20 November 2017
"Is the window of opportunity still open?"
Policy lunch organised by the Development and Peace Foundation (sef:) with CIDSE. Brussels, 20 November 2017, 12:00-13:45.
Venue: Representation of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia to the EU
Signed by businesses, civil society, investors, public authorities and trade unions. Tackling climate change is one of the greatest challenges we face today. If we do not act urgently and ambitiously, the impacts will be catastrophic.
The EU-Myanmar Investment Protection Agreement (IPA) could have serious consequences for the country’s already grave human rights situation, warn organisations and networks in the EU, Myanmar and ASEAN (1). The IPA’s risks have been seriously underestimated and its benefits overstated, with dangerous implications for Myanmar’s peace efforts, human rights, and democratic development, according to the report Myths and risks of the EU-Myanmar Investment Protection Agreement (2).
More than 250 non-government organisations from across Europe, including CIDSE, have released an alternative vision for a more democratic, just and sustainable Europe.
Common appeal to European leaders by European Civil Society Organisations and Trade Unions (Available in EN-ES-FR)