21 févr. 2024STRASBOURG, FRANCE 21 FEBRUARY 2024
This call for contributions is addressed to states, ministries and other government agencies with...
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Boosting probation staff performance: innovating evaluation and monitoring discussed at working group meetingYEREVAN, ARMENIA 16 FEBRUARY 2024
The 2nd working group meeting of representatives from the Council of Europe, the Ministry of...
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Council of Europe Convention on Human Rights in Biomedicine (known as the Oviedo Convention) is...
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The issue of protection of rights of persons with disabilities is given a significant importance...
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More than 50 Young European Ambassadors (YEAs) got introduced to methods on how to effectively...
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Whether it is the impact of the European Convention on Human Rights at national level, or the Council of Europe's work in many fields, such as working to abolish the death penalty or to ensure freedom of expression and freedom of the media, or to adress online and technology-facilitated violence against women through the Istanbul Convention and Budapest Convention on Cybercrime, the Council of Europe has achieved a lot since 1949. View achievements »