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20 June 2022

Short-term decarbonisation solutions for aviation risk to hinder EU climate targets
aviation climate targets

This blogpost series by the European Liberal Forum engages with policymakers, industry experts and academics to contribute to a better understanding of how to shape the “Road to net-zero” in the context of the EU sustainable transition.

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9 June 2022

We can harness artificial intelligence to better protect biodiversity
We can harness artificial intelligence to better protect biodiversity

Innovation in almost any sector is advancing at a pace that we have not seen before. This new blogpost series explores these innovative sectors in pursuit of creating a liberal environment, to push the boundaries of science even further.

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26 May 2022

Sustainable bioenergy for a truly competitive and stable European energy system
Maximising the uptake of sustainable bioenergy for a truly competitive and stable European energy system

This blogpost series by the European Liberal Forum engages with policymakers, industry experts and academics to contribute to a better understanding of how to shape the “Road to net-zero” in the context of the EU sustainable transition.

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22 February 2022

Should platforms contribute to funding network investment?
Should platforms contribute to funding network investment? by Gerard Pogorel

“Digitising Europe” is the new ELF Blogposts series that engage with policymakers, industry experts, and academics in order to contribute to a better understanding of how technological change is also driving social, political, and regulatory affairs.

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27 January 2022

The new Digital Service Act and the protection of freedom and rights in the digital public square.
Digital services act (DSA)

“Digitising Europe” is the new ELF Blogposts series that engage with policymakers, industry experts, and academics in order to contribute to a better understanding of how technological change is also driving social, political, and regulatory affairs.

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17 January 2022

HR21: Religions and LGBTI rights: God is not a trump card
HR21: Religions and LGBTI rights: God is not a trump card by Dr. Tommaso Virgili and Dr. Matteo Gemolo

Liberal democracy and secularism form an unbreakable bond. While the institutional approach to religions may vary from rigid separation between “churches” and “state” (the French laïcité) to degrees of cooperation and regulation, religious tenets should never form the basis of state law, let alone affect individual rights.

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17 January 2022

HR21: Pandemic, restrictions, threats and freedom in Latin America: The lessons from COVID-19
HR21: Pandemic, restrictions, threats and freedom in Latin America: The lessons from COVID-19 by Pedro Urruchurtu

The pandemic revealed many practices by governments that took advantage of the situation to significantly restrict the freedoms of individuals under the argument of security and protection. In many cases, the lockdowns and state of emergency ended up lasting for months, sometimes without appropriate explanation, causing a direct impact on the economies of the countries and on the financial survival of the people.

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13 January 2022

HR21: Farewell to Human Rights
HR21: Human Rights by: Olgun Akbulut

During Gezi, freedom of expression in a collective form was directed against the government. Although it was the same government behind the enlargement of the scope of fundamental rights and freedoms in the early 2000s, after Gezi, step by step, Turkey has lost its enthusiasm vis-à-vis any norms and principles of international human rights.

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12 January 2022

HR21: “No human rights, no freedom”
HR21: “No human rights, no freedom” by Laia Comerma

The respect for fundamental human rights is one of the primary values of Liberalism, together with equal rights and equality in law, among other

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11 January 2022

HR21: Internet Censorship Deteriorates Press Freedoms in Southeast Asia
HR21:Internet Censorship Deteriorates Press Freedoms in Southeast Asia by Dr. James Gomez

Given that digital transformation, content creation, and information consumption are largely taking place through social media applications and accessed through mobile devices, any deterioration on internet freedoms has an impact on press freedom.

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27 November 2021

HR21: Human Rights in the Russian Federation: an Overview of Trends
HR21: Human rights in the Russian Federation: an overview Elena A. Lukyanovaof trends by

In order to assess the situation regarding human rights and freedoms in modern Russia, we first need to look into what has been happening in this area in the last three decades.

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26 November 2021

Disinformation and deepfakes: strengthening the EU’s approach through content provenance
Disinformation and deepfakes

“Digitising Europe” is the new ELF Blogposts series that engage with policymakers, industry experts, and academics in order to contribute to a better understanding of how technological change is also driving social, political, and regulatory affairs.

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