• New SOLIDAR Briefing No. 74 ’Assessing social progress in the Western Balkans’

  • New SOLIDAR Briefing No. 73 ’Key Principles for a Revised European Neighbourhood Policy’

  • SOLIDAR Mobilising for Social Justice - our New Strategic Orientation

  • New project - NEGOTIATE, overcoming early job-insecurity in Europe

Latest News


    Today, 20th of July 2015, the Foreign Affairs Council (FAC) of the European Union adopted the EU Action Plan on Human Rights and Democracy which will cover the period 2015-2019.

    Referring to the open letter that SOLIDAR sent on 20th May 2015, together with HelpAge International, The international Council on Social Welfare, and the Free Trade Union Development Center, SOLIDAR welcomes the adoption of the new Action Plan on Human Rights and Democracy, as a further decisive step in the right direction towards fostering a comprehensive agenda to promote Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCRs) within EU external relations.

  • Editorial by Conny Reuter, SOLIDAR Secretary General

    Think positive – recharge the batteries!

    Rising inequality and social exclusion will also have an impact on the summer holiday period. Some of us can easily travel and relax on beaches or elsewhere. For others the tourist season is an opportunity to find seasonal jobs, because even though they are precarious, they are at least a way of earning some income to help meet the toughest challenges.

  • Organising International Solidarity

    SOLIDAR adds its voice to that of CSOs in Egypt against the new anti-terror draft law

    Following the assassination of Prosecutor General Hisham Barakat, the government’s immediate response has been to draft a second anti-terror law.

    SOLIDAR adds its voice to that of several Civil Society Organisations in Egypt that have strongly called for a rejection of the draft of the new anti-terror law, in light of its inconsistency with Article 71 of the Egyptian constitution and because it seeks to reinstate restriction on rights and the freedoms of expression and of association.

  • Together for Social Europe

    EP Committee LIBE calls for asylum seekers preferences to be taken into account in relocation schemes

    On 16 July, the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE) voted on the Ska Keller’s report on the proposal for a Council decision establishing provisional measures in the area of international protection for the benefit of Italy and Greece, namely the Commission’s proposal for a voluntary plan to relocate 40,000 asylum seekers.

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