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National Advocacy

CASE’s Country in the Spotlight: Switzerland

CASE’s Country in the Spotlight series shines a spotlight on our regional network which is made up of national groups and coalitions carrying out anti-SLAPP advocacy work on a national level. This month we shine the spotlight on the Anti-SLAPP group from Switzerland aptly named the Swiss…
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News Release

The Anti-SLAPP Directive creates a promising minimum standard for Member States

CASE welcomes the adoption of the Anti-SLAPP Directive in the European Parliament. This directive sets the minimum standards for protecting public watchdogs against abusive litigation.
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Case Study News Release

Corporate SLAPP actions against human rights defenders in Switzerland must end to respect their right to freedom of expression

Amnesty International, along with members of civil society in the CASE coalition and Corporate Crimes Network, welcome the decision of the District Court of Bern-Mittelland to acquit the three individual authors of a report alleging that Kolmar Group AG (“Kolmar”) may have violated international law upon purchasing fuel from an…
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Action

The European SLAPP Contest 2024

Put on a shiny blazer, treat your hair with some brilliantine and join us in unmasking the worst legal offenders in 2023 and their malicious attempts to intimidate journalists and activists. The European SLAPP Contest is back! 
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News Release

Anti-SLAPP Directive: CASE statement on the political agreement

On 30 November 2023, the Council and Parliament of the EU  reached an agreement on a proposed anti-SLAPP directive. The press releases and informal information we have received about the final text indicate that the final version includes several positive developments that represent  a win for the years-long advocacy…
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News Release

CASE Italia network expresses solidarity with Greenpeace Italy and ReCommon, targets of legal intimidation by the Italian oil industry Eni.   

CASE Italia stands strong in solidarity with the environmental NGOs Greenpeace Italia and ReCommon.
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