Council of Europe

FIPLV has close relationship as an NGO with Council of Europe.

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juin 2016 / June 2016

Le Conseil de l’Europe, pionnier de la construction européenne, protège par ses actions et ses traités internationaux, les droits politiques, civiques et sociaux de 820 millions d’Européens.

Destinée au grand public, la nouvelle brochure ‘Le Conseil de l’Europe : Tour d’horizon’ passe en revue les activités de l’Organisation qui renforcent les institutions et les pratiques démocratiques dans ses 47 pays membres.

Des copies de la publication, en français et en anglais, peuvent être commandées via docrequest@coe.int.
Direction de la Communication
Conseil de l’Europe

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The Council of Europe, the institution which pioneered the European project, upholds through its actions and its international treaties the political, civil and social rights of 820 million Europeans.

Designed for the general public, the new brochure ‘The Council of Europe: An Overview’ outlines the Organisation’s activities which strengthen democratic institutions and practices in its 47 member states.

Hard copies, in French and English, can be ordered via docrequest@coe.int
Directorate of Communications
Council of Europe

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We have created a new brochure called “The Council of Europe – Guardian of Human Rights : a summary,” which outlines the Strasbourg Organisation’s position as Europe’s leading  human rights institution.

The brochure features basic information on the Council of Europe, its missions, working bodies and co-operation with other international organisations. Its clear structure, easy language and vivid photographs make this publication accessible to the general public and to school audiences.

You can view the brochure at http://www.coe.int/AboutCoe/media/interface/publications/coe_dh_en.pdf and order paper copies via docrequest@coe.int.

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18-25 October: Council of Europe’s Journal / Journal du Conseil de l’Europe / Journal des Europarates

The Council of Europe offers a short programme of news, interviews and reports on issues of human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

In this week’s Journal: Journal 006:

Poverty in Europe – is there a new north-south divide?
An interview with Luis Jimena Quesada, President of the European Committee on Social Rights, and Annelise Oeschger, President of the Human Rights Committee of the Conference of INGOs.

ECRI urges the Netherlands to do more to fight racism
Four new reports also address racism and intolerance in Malta, Moldova and Russia.

Illegal and counterfeit medicines: A push worldwide to tackle Medicrime through the only available legal instrument!
A special report on the Council of Europe’s Medicrime convention targeting fake drugs and other health-related scams.

Join us online every Friday to keep up to date with events in and around the Council of Europe.

You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook

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11-18 October: Council of Europe’s Journal / Journal du Conseil de l’Europe / Journal des Europarates

The Council of Europe offers a short programme of news, interviews and reports on issues of human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

In this week’s Journal: http://bit.ly/181Vl5g:

Human rights and conflict resolution in Europe – who does what?

An interview with OSCE Secretary General Lamberto Zannier

Continued controversy over circumcision of children
Thorbjørn Jagland writes to Israeli President Shimon Peres

Europe’s shortage of organs; a leading cause of unnecessary deaths
A special report on European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation

Join us online every Friday to keep up to date with events in and around the Council of Europe. You can also follow us on Http://bit.ly/19CN7Pp

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ECML (Graz) featured in The Journal (by Council of Europe)

The Council of Europe offers a short ten-minute programme of news, interviews and reports on issues of human rights, democracy and the rule of law.

In this week’s Journal http://webtv.coe.int/#clip=773299&time=

– Police in Sweden keep a secret register of Roma people.
– More transparency is needed on the Internet
– New recommendations to tackle human trafficking in Europe
– Graz celebrates the European Day of Languages

Join us online every Friday to keep up to date with events in and around the Council of Europe. You can also follow us on Http://bit.ly/19CN7Pp

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