Future priorities in the field of Justice and Home Affairs policy

The European Civil Liberties Network is conducting an “alternative survey” about “future priorities in the field of Justice and Home Affairs policy” in the European Union. “Alternative”, because the original questionnaire published by the European Commission is littered with highly suggestive questions, apparently designed to lead to results supporting positions already favored by the Commission. The ECLN survey takes those questions and poses them from a civil liberties perspective.

I have not heard of the ECLN before but a look at the list of supporters and founders suggests that it is a serious organization, therefore I would like to encourage readers to take part in the survey. (I have already notified them that the responses should be sent using an encrypted connection by default, so hopefully this is fixed soon.)


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