"A huge portion of activists that we work with across Europe are under increasing pressure. They are at the forefront of so many of the negative trends like attacks on democracy, the closing space for civil society, the populist movement, the far right," ILGA Europe tells Euronews.
The UN Human Rights Chief. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein saysEuropean leaders must speak out against incitement to hatred. Around 800 demonstrators gathered in Chemnitz on Sunday, hours after a 35-year-old man died after a dispute between several people of "different nationalities"
The supporters of Oleg Sentsov and human rights groups are marking 100 days of his hunger strike with protests near the Russian Embassies in Europe. Sentsov’s cousin Natalia Kaplan has explained to Euronews how he’s coping in the prison’s hospital.