Parliamentary Assembly sessions and meetings
2007

Highlights: debate on child victims: violence, exploitation and abuse; current situation in Kosovo; threats to the lives and freedom of expression of journalists; the peril of using energy supply as an instrument of political pressure

Highlights: debate on child victims: violence, exploitation and abuse; current situation in Kosovo; threats to the lives and freedom of expression of journalists; the peril of using energy supply as an instrument of political pressure
 
2006

Highlights: situation in the Balkans; recent developments in Lebanon in the context of the situation in the Middle East; the mass arrival of irregular migrants on Europe's southern shores ...
 
 
 

Highlights: Debates on alleged secret detentions and unlawful inter-state transfers in Europe, as well as on the balance between freedom of expression and respect for religious beliefs...

 
 

Highlights: the presentation of Jean-Claude Juncker's report on the relationship between the Council of Europe and the EU, the need to put a stop to trafficking in women as the FIFA World Cup approaches and the fight against the resurgence of Nazi ideology.

Alleged secret detentions in Council of Europe member states, the need for international condemnation of the crimes of totalitarian communist regimes and human rights violations in the Chechen Republic are among subjects scheduled for debate during the Session
   
2005

Highlights: Intercultural and inter-religious dialogue, the honouring of obligations and commitments by Ukraine and a debate on forced marriages and child marriages

An assessment of Russia 's honouring of its Council of Europe obligations and commitments and a report on the media and terrorism are among highlights of the summer session

Debates on assistance to patients at end of life and the lawfulness of detentions by the United States in Guantánamo Bay are among highlights of the Spring Session.

Addresses by Ukrainian President-elect Viktor Yushchenko and Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili were among highlights of the winter session.
   
2004

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Crown Prince Albert of Monaco adressed the Assembly

Robert Kocharian, President of the Republic of Armenia, and Kjell Magne Bondevik, Prime Minister of Norway adressed the Assembly.

Parliamentary summit: "Europe of Citizens " Parliaments and participation of citizens

Belarus, Turkey, Albania and Monaco top the agenda of the spring session

Mikheil Saakashvili: Success in Georgia means success for the entire region
2003

Assembly Standing Committee in Maastricht
Jaap de Hoop Scheffer: ''Building bridges with common standards''

Vladimir Voronin : Council of Europe experience will help Moldova to join EU
23-27 June 2003

Rudolf Schuster: ''Europe needs a deepening of its ethical, cultural and social values''

31 March to 4 April 2003

Simeon de Saxe-Cobourg Gotha : The debate on the future of our continent will enshrine and extend the role of the Council of Europe
27-31 January 2003

Thomas Klestil: The EU and Council of Europe should work together in partnership "even more than previously"
2002
23-27 September 2002

Peter Schieder meets Pat Cox : The real Europe does not belong exclusively to any single institution!
24 – 28 June 2002

The Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands : The Council is "Europe's quiet strength"



22 - 26 April 2002

Grand Duke Henry of Luxembourg: The basic standards which inspire the Council of Europe's work are constant and unchanging.

21-25 January 2002

Shimon Peres: Europe is a model for peacemaking in the Middle East.