Podcast: effective human rights education for democratic citizenship

In this podcast, Yulia Pererva, looks ahead to a three-day conference on the Future of Citizenship and Human Rights Education in Europe, which opens in Strasbourg on 20 June.

Podcast: Ambassador Tomáš Boček on Europe and migration

In this podcast, ahead of his fact-finding mission to Serbia and Hungary this week, Ambassador Bocek discusses Europe’s real migration numbers, the projections for this year, how states are responding to the newcomers and whether it is possible to take migration out of increasingly toxic political debates.

Turkey: Court sets human rights deadline on journalists’ detention complaint

The complaint concerns the placement in detention of ten journalists (columnists, journalists and editors) from the daily newspaper Cumhuriyet (“the Republic”).

Report: Turkey’s compliance with anti-corruption recommendations remains “globally unsatisfactory”

The Group of States Against Corruption report examines the authorities response to 17 recommendations covering incrimination and the transparency of political funding.

Turkey: Court dismisses teacher’s complaint against coup dismissal

The case concerns Gökhan Köksal’s dismissal by legislative decree in the context of measures taken after the attempted coup d’état in Turkey.