Ten years of EUROMED: Time to end the human rights deficit: Amnesty International EU Office briefing
In this document Amnesty International calls upon all the leaders of the 35 states of the EUROMED partnership to renew their commitment to promote human rights in their own countries by ensuring that the work plan for the next five years includes, for example, a special focus on safeguarding human rights when countering terrorism and managing migration; unimpeded participation of civil society in the EUROMED process, by ensuring freedom of expression and association.
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