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27.02.2006 Report on the comprehensive monitoring report of the European Commission on the state of preparedness for EU membership of Latvia

(COM(2003) 675 – C5-0532/2003 – 2003/2201(INI))

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27.02.2006 Human Rights in the OSCE Region: Europe, Central Asia and North America, Report 2005 (Events of 2004)

Extract on Latvia from the IHF report

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27.02.2006 List of the CE and EU documents on non-discrimination

Annex to the WORKING DOCUMENT on non-discrimination and equal opportunities for all - A framework strategy by Tatjana Zdanoka

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24.02.2006 Most considerable protests against elimination of the state-supported education in minority languages 2004

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24.02.2006 Differences between rights of Latvian citizens and non-citizens - Latvian residents

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24.02.2006 Danger: violence towards minorities in Latvia

February 5th, 2004 the Latvian parliament guided by xenophobic ambitions passed a new law limiting school education in Russian language to a maximum of 40% of the total class volume. Starting from 2007, all exams are to be passed exclusively in Latvian.

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24.02.2006 International Recommendations on Voting Rights for the Latvian Non-citizens

Latvian non-citizens are deprived of the rights to take part in the self-government elections in order to limit participation of ethnic minorities in the decision making process on both local and national levels.

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03.01.2006 Reports of the EU Network of Independent Experts on Fundamental Rights

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19.01.2005 Extract from Review of the Situation of National and Ethnic Minorities in the Selected Member States: Latvia

Matej Avbelj under the supervision of Jean-Louis AntoineGrégoire and Denis Batta.

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10.12.2003 Concluding observations of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination : Latvia

Concluding Observations/Comments

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07.11.2003 Comments of the Latvian Human Rights Committeeconcerning the report submitted by the Republic of Latvia (2003)under Article 40 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rightsfor consideration by the United Nations Human Rights Committee

The Latvian Human Rights Committee (“the LHRC”) is NGO mainly focused on monitoring of the human rights situation in Latvia and human rights protection in the field of minority rights, immigration and housing issues. The LHRC has an experience of supplying free legal aid to the tens of thousands Latvian residents since 1992

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06.11.2003 Concluding observations of the Human Rights Committee : Latvia.

Concluding Observations/Comments

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08.10.2003 Report by EU Commissioner Alvaro Gil-Robles on his visit to Latvia

Latvia should close a chapter on the past, however painful it may have been, and fix its attention firmly on the future.

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13.11.2002 Consideration of Reports Submitted by States Parties under Article 40 of the Covenant: Latvia

United Nations, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Human Rights Committee

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