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Foreign ministers discuss democracy and human rights situation in Europe
Icelandic minister: Integrated support services to boost children’s wellbeing will pay off in future
Council of Europe’s anti-racism commission publishes conclusions on Croatia, Liechtenstein, Malta, Republic of Moldova and Portugal
Let rainbow arc bend towards justice, says Secretary General on IDAHOT Day
COVID-19, challenges to human rights and danger of widening social divisions
Democracy is in distress, finds Council of Europe Secretary General’s annual report for 2021
Ukraine: Venice Commission recommendations on Ethics Council draft legislation
Deputy Secretary General opens European Conference on Democracy and Human Rights in Kristiansand
Anti-torture committee warns against impact of austerity measures on prison conditions
Protecting vulnerable groups in crisis situations: more effective structures and procedures needed
Migration and asylum: Council of Europe to increase protection of vulnerable persons
Council of Europe anti-torture committee publishes report on Finland
Europe Day 5 May 2021: 72nd Anniversary of Council of Europe
Vaccine passes: protecting human rights and personal data
Georgia: Venice Commission opinions on Election Code and election of Supreme Court judges
Journalism and Covid-19: Press freedom is essential in times of crisis
Secretary General presents her vision for improving implementation of social rights in Europe
Human rights and environment: New online course for legal professionals
Bulgaria should improve access to justice and compensation for victims of trafficking
European states must step up efforts to protect children’s privacy in digital environment
OSCE Chairperson-in-Office visits Council of Europe
Secretary General: European governments should show stronger political will to protect press freedom
Covid-19: what measures to combat fake vaccines?
Secretary General meets France’s justice minister, Eric Dupond-Moretti
PACE calls on Turkish authorities ‘to put an end to laws and practices that contravene democratic standards’
PACE invites Committee of Ministers to use all tools at its disposal to free Alexei Navalny
Secretary General reiterates deep regret over Navalny’s imprisonment
Covid-19 and social rights: statement by European Committee of Social Rights
Belarus is urged to carry out comprehensive reform of its electoral system
Implementing ECHR judgments: New factsheet on free speech cases
David Sassoli: ‘The EU must be more efficient, more flexible, more resilient and more democratic’
Secretary General: “Council of Europe fully supports sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine”
Based and reliable international order is basis for peaceful relations between states’ says German Chancellor Angela Merkel
Saudi women’s rights activist Loujain Alhathloul awarded 8th Václav Havel Human Rights Prize
Maia Sandu: ‘Where there is political will, there is genuine reform’
New Council of Europe Action Plan for Republic of Moldova launched in Strasbourg
GRECO urges states to prevent corruption risks when tackling COVID-19 pandemic’s economic impact
Member States held an informal exchange of views with representatives of civil society organisations on their role
Vaccine passports: Council of Europe issues guidance to governments to safeguard human rights
Angela Merkel to address PACE spring session
GREVIO report reveals trends in stopping violence against women
Combatting racism and hate speech at sports events
Covid-19 is worsening human trafficking – states should take action, warn Council of Europe experts
Europe’s imprisonment rate continues to fall: Council of Europe’s annual penal statistics
Reform of mental health services: an urgent need and a human rights imperative
International Roma Day: Remembering history to ensure a brighter future
Links between terrorism and transnational organised crime: Committee of Ministers adopts guidelines
Legal aid in civil and administrative law: new guidelines