For a detailed discussion of the right to receive information, which is a subset of the right to freedom of speech, read Robin’s earlier article.
The European Court of Human Rights oversees the human rights of 800 million Europeans. The Court’s judgments are legally binding on 47 European countries. It is not to be confused with the European Court of Justice which enforces European Union law on the 27 countries which comprise the EU.
See the original “Harvest of Shame,” a CBS special on migrant farmworkers. Sadly, the cycle of poverty has not changed much.
Want to learn more about the Amish? Follow this link!
Click on this website to learn more about Francesco Bigoni, to hear his music, or to find out his tour schedule at the Copenhagen Jazz Festival.
Click for more information about the Copenhagen Jazz Festival.
The British magazine, FourFourTwo, provides the best coverage of the European Championships I’ve seen. Several issues highlight the teams, their prospects, individual players and referees. When the championships end this Sunday, they will no doubt provide a complete analysis. Unfortunately, like most sports news, one has to pay – one pound for the three championship issues.
The European Football Association, UEFA, provides complete information on the the European Championships, and it’s free!
Over 400 hundred Danish football fans, known as Roligans, stayed at Camp Denmark to cheer the national team. Roligan, comes from the Danish word “rolig” which means calm and hence the opposite of holigans.