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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
Despite progress, discrimination persists against national minorities such as Serbs and Roma, says national minorities committee
Police services and other law enforcement authorities join forces to fight fake medical products
MONEYVAL recognises progress made by Holy See and encourages it to further strengthen measures to combat money laundering
Third Regional Seminar “Faro Convention for concrete action on cultural heritage”
Sanctions and measures without deprivation of liberty grow in Europe: annual statistics for 2020
40th Session of Congress, 15
Council of Europe report: FIFA transfer system reform to ‘significantly improve’ football
Implementing European Court of Human Rights judgments
Secretary General in discussions with senior EU representatives
Opinion on same-sex unions draft law presented to Serbian authorities
MONEYVAL: States must improve their effectiveness against money laundering and terrorist financing
Romania urged to effectively prosecute human traffickers and ensure access to compensation for their victims
Montenegro should do more to punish perpetrators and ensure access to justice and compensation for victims
Raoul Wallenberg Prize 2022 – Council of Europe launches call for candidates
Cybercrime Convention Committee approves E-evidence Protocol
United Kingdom – Publication of Fifth Round Compliance Report
Belarus: further pressure on human rights
PACE rapporteur calls for immediate release of Belarussian journalist
Let us make Europe a safe place for environmental human rights defenders
Strengthening human rights in Tunisia
Foreign Affairs Ministers set Council of Europe’s course for next four years
Hungary takes over Presidency of Committee of Ministers