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10th Palme d’Or for Eurimages
Launch of 2nd edition of “Junior Crystal Scales of Justice” Prize
Repression of civil society in Belarus
Public symposium to assess behavioural addictions linked to technology including smartphone addiction
Moldova celebrates 26 years of Council of Europe membership
Statement on commemoration of Srebrenica genocide
Effective remedies at European borders for migrants, asylum applicants and refugees
Striking right balance between public interest and individual rights
Progress on German and Italian welcomed; renewed recommendation to recognise Croatian, German and Serbian
Informal exchange of views with civil society representatives on free exercise of lawyer profession
Netherlands makes voluntary contribution to Council of Europe
CEPEJ publishes a Handbook on court dashboards
Special Representative of Secretary General on Migration and Refugees reports on his mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina
Secretary General at Ukraine Reform Conference: progress made, but further efforts needed
Human Rights Trust Fund supports three new projects
Secretary General meets Holy See Secretary of State Cardinal Parolin
Venice Commission plenary session underway
Secretary General: Western Balkans countries play “central and valued role” in Council of Europe
Drug consumption rooms important part of reducing harm, Strasbourg Symposium hears
Human rights training for legal professionals: number of online users doubled since 2020
Secretary General participates in opening ceremony of Generation Equality Forum in Paris
Warsaw Convention report: Burden of proof should be reversed to allow confiscations in serious offences
Secretary General at ” Les Conversations de l’Odyssée “
New partnership agreement between Council of Europe and City of Strasbourg
Challenge of ensuring national minority rights taking new forms, tools to address it adapting
Automated technology to detect online child sexual abuse must respect human rights
Implementing ECHR judgments: New country-by-country data now online
Finland makes a voluntary contribution of €1,250 000
Anti-torture Committee deplores conditions of detention, prison overcrowding and lack of psychiatric beds
10th anniversary of Istanbul Convention: ‘Nothing will make us back down’
Czech Republic: Council of Europe calls for urgent independent investigation into Romani man’s death
La Secrétaire Générale rencontre la ministre française Elisabeth Moreno
Closer EU-Council of Europe cooperation is more important than ever, Secretary General tells PACE
Secretary General praises EU-Council of Europe cooperation project that helped justice reform in Cyprus
Implementing ECHR judgments: New factsheet on improving conditions of detention
Council of Europe Secretary General welcomes Hungarian contribution of €450,000
Péter Szijjártó reviews priorities of Hungarian Presidency
Georgia Election Code Reforms: Venice Commission and OSCE/ODIHR call for “more holistic approach”
Few improvements observed, limited powers and weak financial position of municipalities must be urgently addressed
Memorandum of understanding between Council of Europe and Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe
Council of Europe and EU Agency for Fundamental Rights to work closely together on protecting rights at borders
Congress calls on Poland to withdraw anti-“LGBT ideology” resolutions and to protect rights of LGBTI people
CEB appoints Carlo Monticelli as new Governor
Pompidou Group 50th Anniversary: Committee of Ministers adopts revised statute
Online dispute resolution in civil and administrative court proceedings: new guidelines
MONEYVAL acknowledges San Marino’s progress in measures to combat money laundering and terrorism financing
Co-operation key to tackling challenges new and old Secretary General tells OSCE Permanent Council
Implementing ECHR judgments: Latest decisions from Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers