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The Committee of Ministers adopts the Recommendation CM/Rec(2015)5 on the processing of personal data in the context of employment

02/04/2015 Strasbourg

The Council of Europe has issued a Recommendation to its 47 member states spelling out the principles they should follow in their national legislation concerning the processing of personal data of employees and job candidates, for example with regard to health data or the monitoring of...

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Eliminating undue influence and political interference are crucial for preventing corruption within the legislature and the judiciary in Azerbaijan

02/04/2015 Strasbourg

The Council of Europe’s Group of States against corruption (GRECO) has published today its Fourth Round Evaluation Report on Azerbaijan dealing with corruption prevention in respect of members of parliament, judges and prosecutors. Although the principles of independence and the separation of...

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MONEYVAL calls on Azerbaijan to intensify efforts to improve its anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing system

31/03/2015 Strasbourg

In a report published on 31 March, the Council of Europe’s anti-money laundering Committee (MONEYVAL) calls on Azerbaijan to intensify efforts to improve its anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing system, by addressing the identified deficiencies and taking effective measures for...

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Implementing international standards: Conference on Transitional Criminal Justice and Human Rights

San Servolo 30/03/2015

Horrible crimes were committed against thousands of victims during the conflicts in the former Yugoslavia: widespread attacks against civilians, population expulsions, systematic rape, torture, enslavement and the use of camps. After the conflicts, it was clear that transitional justice in the...

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Global Action on Cybercrime (GLACY): International conference to assess the threat of cybercrime

26/03/2015 Colombo

Comprehensive public policies are needed to help protect societies against the evergrowing threat of cybercrime. Public reporting on cybercrime and the collection of criminal justice statistics are essential for well-informed and effective policy responses in this respect. The conference...

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