Freedom Not Fear 2011/Brussels/Supporters

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Following Groups support our Freedom-not-fear-weekend and its aims:

Group/Link Logo Country Self-description
Arbeitskreis Vorratsdatenspeicherung
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The Arbeitskreis Vorratsdatenspeicherung (German Working Group on Data Retention) is an association of civil rights campaigners, data protection activists and Internet users. The Arbeitskreis coordinates the campaign against the introduction of data retention in Germany.
The NURPA is a Belgian advocacy group which promotes and protects digital rights and the founding principles of the Internet. Since technologies increasingly influence our lives as citizens, consumers, artists and professionals, the NURPA defends fundamental rights and freedoms in the networked world wherever they might come under attack. As a non-profit organization, the NURPA is dedicated to the protection of online freedom of expression, privacy, digital rights and civil liberties.
La Ligue des Droits de l'Homme
Née en 1901, la Ligue des droits de l’Homme est une association reconnue d'éducation permanente. Pluraliste et interdisciplinaire, elle a pour vocation de défendre en toute indépendance vis-à-vis du pouvoir politique, les injustices et les atteintes portées aux droits fondamentaux en Belgique.
Arbeitskreis Zensus
German working group on the census 2011.
Digitale Gesellschaft
Digitale Gesellschaft (lit. Digital Society) is an initiative which is oriented towards campaigns and the creation of civil-rights-friendly and consumer-friendly internet politics. We want to set up an infrastructure for campaigns and facilitate the implementation of campaigns. One of our main goals is the effective representation of consumers' interests and the promotion of digital rights.
NoPNR is a campaign against the monitoring of travel movements of citizens. It urges the EU to abandon its plans to adopt a EU-PNR system. The EU should not use PNR data or transfer them to third countries. The monitoring of travel movements of citizens in absence of an initial suspicion is a non-justified interference with the fundamental right to privacy/private life!
Liga voor Mensenrechten
The Flemish non-profit organisation "Liga voor Mensenrechten" aims to fight injustice and any random attack on the fundamental rights of individuals and communities as a whole. The Liga guards people's privacy and aims to create general awareness about the importance and value of personal data.
Permanent Gecontroleerde Zones is a small group of activists and bloggers from Belgium (dutch speaking) with a common concern, that is to oppose all tendencies that call for more surveillance, more technologies of control and less freedom.
NO CCTV - campaigning against camera surveillance in the UK and beyond
The FoeBuD was founded 1987 by the artists Rena Tangens and padeluun in Bielefeld. The FoeBuD is committed to civil rights, unhampered communications and data protection. Main idea is to preserve a world worth living in the digital age. Speakers of the FoeBuD were invited as experts on data protection, the Consumer Protection Department, Ministry of Economic Affairs, the NRW state parliament by a parliamentary group and the EU Commission. The FoeBuD is nonprofit, supported by the work of many volunteers and funded by membership dues and private donations.
AK Zensur
The German Working Group against Internet Blocking and Censorship ("Arbeitskreis gegen Internetsperren und Zensur", AK Zensur) brings together activists from various organisations. It involves itself in the ongoing debates on blocking proposals and the underlying issues of "censorship" infrastructures and net neutrality.
The MOGiS e.V. is a German organisation of victims of sexual child-abuse. MOGiS has been established in April 2009 as “MissbrauchsOpfer Gegen InternetSperren” (which could be translated as: “abuse survivors against internet blocking”). We are opposing the blocking of webpages as a means to tackle the circulation of the images of sexual child abuse on the internet. What we are demanding is international cooperation on the removal of images of sexual child abuse from the internet.
Bits of Freedom
Bits of Freedom is the Dutch digital rights organization, focusing on privacy and communications freedom in the digital age. Bits of Freedom strives to influence legislation and self-regulation, on a national and a European level. Bits of Freedom is one of the founders and a member of European Digital Rights (EDRi).
Independent self-supporting Civil rights organization. Run only by volunteers. Target: to defend and reclaim the fundamental rights of respect for the personal freedom and physical integrity, by all legal means.
Big brother watching-team
Vredesactie (Peace Action) is a movement that advocates a society in which conflicts are settled without violence or the threat to use violence.
Pirate Parties International
Pirate Parties International (PPI) is the international collaboration framework for pirate parties on all continents. Pirate parties strive for updating and creating legislation that reflects the needs of Information society when it comes to Civil Liberties, Human Rights, Free Culture and other immaterial rights such as copyright & patent law.
Internationale Liga für Menschenrechte
The International League for Human Rights is working on the basis of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948, the European Human Rights Convention of 1950 and the two UN Covenants of 1966. We see human rights as universal and indivisible. Our concept of human rights includes equal civil, political, social, economic and cultural protection and participation rights - regardless of race, gender, color, religion or political persuasion.
AEDH - Association Européenne pour la défense des Droits de l’Homme
The European Association for the defense of Human Rights (AEDH) gathers together leagues and associations defending Human Rights in European Union countries. It is a partner of the FIDH, the International Federation for Human Rights. Within a Europe where important choices concern more than 500 million people, we try to influence the institutions by taking position and promoting Human Rights. We act to make fundamental rights accepted as universal, indivisible and effective for all residents of the European Union, and to make these rights elaborated by and for the citizens.
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