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Overview

Irregular migrants lacked adequate access to housing, health and education. Allegations of racial profiling by police continued. Inhumane prison conditions persisted. The police used excessive force to disperse peaceful demonstrators. Belgium adopted an action plan to combat gender-based violence. The Wallonia region continued to authorize arms transfers to parties to the Yemen conflict. A court in Brussels ruled that the authorities had failed to combat climate change.

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Abolitionist for all crimes

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Section office (Flemish speaking)

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Goffartstraat 32 – 1050 Brussel Waversesteenweg 169 – 1050 Brussel (entrance and deliveries)

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00326693737

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Chaussée de Wavre, 169 - B-1050 BRUXELLES

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