The consequences of the economic and financial crisis and the austerity measures carried out in...
Illicit trafficking and destruction of cultural property: new Council of Europe convention opened for signatureNicosia 19/05/2017
Six states signed in Nicosia (Cyprus) the Council of Europe Convention on Offences relating to...
Foreign Affairs Ministers of the Council of Europe’s 47 member states will meet in Nicosia...
The European Committee of Social Rights holds its 292nd session from 9 to 12 May 2017 in...
The Kingdom of Tonga has today acceded to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime to become the...
Director of Information Society and Action against Crime, Jan Kleijssen wraps-up the international conference which took place in Cyprus, examining the challenges to free expression online.
The survey commissioned by the Council of Europe shows that journalists are exposed to serious unwarranted interference in their work, including intimidation and violence.