One in three LGBT+ individuals in Greece say they have been insulted due to their sexual orientation and/or gender identity at least once by public sector employees, while 6% say they are often or always subjected to outright verbal abuse, according to an online survey tracking the experience of members of LGBTQI at public sector services.

Sorgente: Public sector bias suggested in LGBT+ poll

The EU will closely assess all countries’ adherence to the rule of law as the bloc prepares to unleash the “river of money” from its €1.8 trillion budget-and-recovery package, but won’t do so in an “activist” fashion, European Commission Vice President Věra Jourová said. “When you distribute more money, you should also bring in more guarantees so people can trust you will protect it,” Jourová said in a Financial Times interview published Tuesday.

Sorgente: Jourová: EU won’t use rule of law powers in ‘activist’ way

Tags appeared on Sunday on a statue of King Leopold II at the Wiertz Square in Namur. The words “Who is tired?”, “King of Thieves” and “Stop racism sexism,” written in pink, could be seen on the statue. No-one claimed responsibility for the act. “I do not know who committed this act, or even by virtue of which demand,” commented Namur Mayor Maxime Prévot (cdH). “It’s lamentable to be taking it out on public monuments once again.” “That never benefits the authors or the cause they claim to serve,” Ms.

Sorgente: Leopold II statue defaced in Namur

Podemos aumenta la presión para que el Gobierno apruebe cuanto antes el real decreto que paralizará los desahucios a personas vulnerables mientras dure el estado de alarma. La norma debía haberse aprobado en el Consejo de Ministros de este martes, pero el PSOE ha querido introducir en el texto una compensación económica por parte del Estado mientras se determina la vulnerabilidad y se busca una alternativa habitacional.

Sorgente: Podemos aumenta la presión por el decreto antidesahucios: “El problema no son los beneficios de los grandes tenedores, sino las familias desahuciadas”

Journalisten arbeiten in vielen Ländern unter großen Gefahren. Die Zahl inhaftierter Medienschaffender bleibe weltweit auf sehr hohem Niveau, erklärte die Menschenrechtsorganisation Reporter ohne Grenzen anlässlich der Vorstellung des ersten Teils der Jahresbilanz 2020.

Sorgente: Weltweit sitzen mindestens 387 Journalisten im Gefängnis