Brochures and Leaflets
The Council of Europe: 800 million Europeans
Brochure: an in-depth look at the role that the Council of Europe plays in promoting and protecting human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe, and its position as a champion of democracy in the international arena.
The Medicrime Convention
Brochure: explains how the Council of Europe is fighting against counterfeiting of medical products and similar crimes.
Protecting the rights of Roma
Factsheets: explore the activities of the Council of Europe to protect the rights of Roma.
The Social Charter at a glance
Brochure: gives a concise description of the rights guaranteed by this important Council of Europe Treaty which protects the fundamental freedoms and rights of every day.
Also available in PDF in French
Human Rights factsheets - Rights and freedoms in practice: teaching resources (2010)
Factsheets: which are both theoretical and practical, are a dynamic resource to help teachers foster an awareness of human rights among their pupils.
The Council of Europe - unlimited connections
Brochure: designed to educate youth on current European issues - respect for democracy, domestic violence, freedom of religion, terrorism, environmental protection, etc. – it handles those themes in amusing and direct way. Graphically innovative, this brochure is strongly oriented towards the internet.
The T-shirts of the 60th anniversary
Leaflet: illustrated with a collection of t-shirts highlighting 15 key articles of the European Convention on on Human Rights is now available. The t-shirt campaign puts the spotlight on human rights which belong to us all and which can be worn by all! Produced specifically for the 60th Anniversary of the Convention, the leaflet summarises the articles of the Convention in simple language.
The Council of Europe: an overview
Brochure: gives a concise description of the Organisation including its structure, major conventions and public awareness campaigns, as well as of its role among other international institutions.
The Council of Europe - Who we are, what we do
Leaflet: a short description of the Council of Europe's different bodies and the way they work
The Council of Europe in the international arena
Leaflet: describes the role of the Council of Europe and its relations with other institutions such as the United Nations, the OSCE, the European Union, etc.
Map and flags - The 47 member States of the Council of Europe
Poster: with the map and the flags of the Council of Europe member States
Also available in PDF in French
Travel in the universe of Greater Europe
Brochure : an adventure album for kids of 6 to 10 years presenting the activities of the Council of Europe
Europe is more than you think
Kit of educational fact sheets: aimed at all secondary schools across Europe
Art and architecture of the Council of Europe in Strasbourg
Leaflet: a brief architectural description of the Council of Europe's buildings and some of its works of art
Access to the Council of Europe
Map of Strasbourg City and its transportation network: How to get to the Council of Europe by car, by plane, by train, by tramway, by bus, etc.
Bilingual English/French in PDF
Visiting the Council of Europe
Leaflet: a short outline of the Council of Europe's different types of visits proposed by the Council of Europe: guided tours and study programmes
Slides presentation: on the Council of Europe’s structure, history and activities
Consult the presentation (available in PDF format only)
47 states and one Organisation... the Council of Europe
Brochure: designed for young people to discover key topics tackled by the Council of Europe - respect for democracy, justice, democratic citizenship, sport without violence, nature, culture and health protection. Subects are dealt with in a simple, practical way, including a list of the 47 member states and capitals
This site provides references for documents and teaching resources in the form of files available as printoffs and/or photocopies. Some can be accessed free of charge (downloading as PDF files), others can be purchased on line.
Also available in French
Learning Internet safety through play: the Council of Europe launched the on-line game “Wild Web Woods” to teach children basic Internet security in a fun and friendly fairy-tale environment. It was created mainly for children between 7 and 10.
Available in 14 European languages
Join the fan club to share your knowledge and talk about the current issues, awareness-raising campaigns and activities of the Council of Europe
The Council of Europe photo gallery is a multi-faceted window on the Organisation, showing the distinguished guests and the visits recorded in history, the leaders of the Council of Europe, its premises and its publications
The Council of Europe YouTube site offers a video sharing service with access to awareness-raising spots in several languages, and other institutional videos and films