Court: France right to refuse disability allowance to woman living in Algeria

Human rights judges have dismissed a complaint from a woman who argued that France should pay her a supplementary disability allowance, even though she was living in Algeria.

Nils Muižnieks: Slovenia should do more for Roma, migrants and those in poverty

During his visit in Slovenia from 20 to 23 March, the Commissioner for Human Rights, Nils Muižnieks, examined the situation of Roma, migrants and asylum seekers and of the increasing number of people living in poverty in the country.

Video: Can Interculturalism survive terror in Europe?

In this video, Irena Guidikova explains her confidence in interculturalism as the key set of ideas for strengthening inclusion and diversity in Europe.

New report highlights main challenges for migrant children in Europe

The ‘Thematic Report on migrant and refugee children,’ from.Tomáš Boček, the Special Representative of the Secretary General on Migration and Refugees (SRSG), is based on his experience gained during fact-finding missions in 2016.

Nicosia hosts ‘Securing Democracy through Education’ conference

An international conference opens today in Nicosia to promote the strengthening of democracy through education across the Council of Europe’s 47 member states. Ministers of Education from state parties to the European Cultural Convention will take part in the two-day …