Letter from the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, Nils Muižnieks, to Mr Iro Belluzzi, Minister for Labour, Cooperation and Information of the Republic of San Marino, concerning the Code of Conduct for Media Operators CommDH(2016)32
Read the report “San Marino has made progress in promoting human rights in recent years. More sustained action is now needed to ensure media freedom and increase gender equality” said today Nils Muižnieks, Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, releasing a report based on his visit to...
Visit to San Marino
"San Marino should reconsider its current plans to regulate the work of journalists and ensure full respect of the right to report in the public interest” stated Nils Muižnieks, the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, after his visit to the country on 9-10 June. The Commissioner was...
Report by the Commissioner for Human Rights, Thomas Hammarberg, on his visit to the Republic of San Marino (23-25 January 2008) CommDH(2008)12 / 30 April 2008
[29/01/08 12:30] Commissioner Hammarberg has concluded on 25 January a two-day high-level official visit to San Marino, where he assessed a broad range of human rights issues, focusing mainly national human rights structures, issues related to citizenship, as well as measures against...
[23/03/07 13:00] At a colloquy organised by the Council of Europe's San Marino Chairmanship, held on 22- 23 March in San Marino, Commissioner Hammarberg presented a series of proposals on strengthening cooperation with ombudsmen and National Human Rights Institutions in order to safeguard the...
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