Request to JSC “Lietuvos geležinkeliai”

On 30th of August this 2011 European Foundation of Human Rights sent a request to JSC “Lietuvos geležinkeliai” about the the cases of punishing employees of the company for not using national language when executing their duties. After less than three months, the Foundation received a reply from the Deputy Minister of Communications Arūnas Štarasa, which contained information that in the period from 20.10.2009 to 25.10.2011 on the basis of the ordinance of director of the cargo transport management  AB “Lietuvos Geležinkeliai” Stasys Gudvalisa, 11 employees  have been punished.

Scholarships and financial help for youth and training programme for teachers.

 

European Foundation of Human Rights is pleased to announce interesting programs which can offer scholarships and financial help for youth and training programs for teachers. In the text you will find short characteristics with all details and contact data. Also, we would like to invite you to attend our website www.efhr.eu where you can find:  information about all available scholarships from Poland Lithuania, European Union, scenarios of European lessons and articles from polish medias in Lithuania translated in English. On our facebook’s profile we are putting on board links to an interesting European  programs, scholarships and contests for youths.

Appeal of the Forum of Parents from the Polish schools in Lithuania

directed at the international Polish-Lithuanian committee of experts on education. The Forum of Parents from the Polish Schools in Lithuania (hereinafter called the Forum of Parents) states the fact that some of the parts of the new law on education implemented by the Lithuanian Parliament on March 17, 2011 are discriminating because: –          They greatly…

Some is breaking the law – the polish newspaper or Lithuania?

The fact that the only Polish newspaper in Lithuania- the Vilnius courier – submitted a complaint about the Lithuanian state to the European Tribunal of Human Rights in Strasburg was described as an unprecedented phenomenon. According to the Lithuanian historian and political scientist, Antanas Kułalaskuskas, the conflict between a local journalist from a national minority and the Lithuanian Commission for Journalist Ethics, is hitting the international forum.

A call out to parents

The European Foundation of Human Rights calls out to all the parents whose kids received a letter from the Minister of Education, Gintaras Steponavičius. Gathering and releasing personal data by the Lithuanian government and also sending letters out to underage people without the permission of their parents is an evident beach of your rights such…