Russia Achieves First Place as World’s No. 1 Terrorist State

Russia Terrorist State

Russia is the No. 1 terrorist country in the world. It could perhaps be more accurately described as an international criminal mafia organisation rather than a country. The Russian Federation illegally invaded Ukraine and has for the last 4 months been indiscriminately attacking civilians and their property throughout Ukraine in violation of all international law….

Kharkiv: City of Heroes

Kharkiv is a city of millions of people, beautiful landscapes, a city of scientific discoveries, large enterprises and clean streets. Kharkiv has many hallmarks: Freedom Square is the largest in Europe, the Gorky Recreation Park, the largest Ferris wheel in Ukraine and many others. It is also the original capital of Ukraine. The centre of…

Russia Takes Revenge for Military Defeat by Massacring Civilians

Searching for survivors Odessa

Yesterday the Russian occupiers fled from the Ukrainian territory of Snake Island, which they had occupied. Thanks to the defenders of the Odessa region, who took measures to liberate a strategically important section of Ukraine’s territory, to foreign partners for providing weapons, as well as to the designers and manufacturers of the Ukrainian Bogdan self-propelled…

Telework and The Right to Disconnect

Telework the right to disconnect

European trade unions and employers will this week sign a work programme, including to negotiate a legally binding agreement on ‘Telework and right to disconnect’.   ETUC, BusinessEurope, SGI Europe and SMEunited will sign the Work Programme in the presence of European Commission Executive Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis in a ceremony. The Work Programme 2022-24…



The Commission has taken what it  calls “another important step” to help Member States, regional and local authorities and partners to address the consequences of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine by adopting the ‘Flexible Assistance to Territories (FAST-CARE)’. This is a new comprehensive package that extends the support already provided under CARE by offering further support and…

Legal guarantees for NGO activities: Uzbekistan takes steps towards recognised standards

Muzraf Ikramov

In recent years, civil society institutions in Uzbekistan, including non-governmental non-profit organizations (NGO), are involved in various spheres of public life, as well as actively participating in the new stage of reforms in the country, writes Muzraf Ikramov. In particular, the third sector is exercising effective public control and social partnership between public and non-governmental organizations….

Civil Society Calls for Urgent Climate Action

Climate change action

Businesses, investor groups, local and regional authorities, trade unions and civil society groups come together to demand urgent and bold climate action from the European Union.  A huge range of influential signatories, including big businesses like Amazon, EDF, Ikea, Microsoft, Unilever (signed as part of CLG Europe) plus mayors from Amsterdam, Athens, Lisbon, Paris, Warsaw (signed…