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2020 02 13
Officials discussed the hate crime situation in Vilnius

A round table discussion took place in Vilnius on the 11th of February 2020. During the meeting, police officers and prosecutors met with members of communities vulnerable to hate crime living in Vilnius and non-governmental organizations representing them.

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2020 01 30
Important message for UK nationals and their family members

Following the entry into force of the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement, the status of UK nationals and their family members will remain unchanged and they will continue to enjoy free movement within the EU until the end of the transitional period (31 December 2020).  

2020 01 28
MIA recommendations on how to prosecute hate crimes

Criminal act motivated by hatred and/or bias towards a group or a person based on age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, race, nationality, language, origin, social status, religion, beliefs or views significantly threatens democratic values, public security and the existence of a pluralistic society.

2020 01 26
EU Home Affairs ministers met to discuss migration challenges and protection of the common European space

Minister of the Interior Rita Tamašunienė attended an informal meeting of the European Union (EU) Justice and Home Affairs Ministers in Zagreb (Croatia).

2020 01 13
MI study: communities vulnerable to experiencing hate crimes interviewed

The study, commissioned by the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania, evaluated manifestations of hate crimes experienced by vulnerable communities in Lithuania and identified potential methods for prevention of hate crimes.  

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