Podcast: Larry Olomofe: ‘Why always us?’ – Law enforcement, ethnic profiling and Europe’s ‘suspect citizens’

In this podcast, OSCE human rights trainer Larry Olomofe, discusses his own experience of ethnic profiling in Germany and the wider consequences of seeing minorities as ‘suspect citizens.’

Court makes €15,000 award after Russia ignores judges’ request

Judges today awarded more than €16,000 against Russia after noting that it had ignored a European Court request for an independent medical assessment of a seriously-ill detainee.

Court action on Crimea and eastern Ukraine human rights cases

The European Court of Human Rights has confirmed actions it has taken on complaints concerning Crimea and eastern Ukraine.

Podcast : Yaron Matras – The myths and facts about Roma migration

In this podcast, Professor Yaron Matras discusses a new four year study of the migration of eastern-European Roma people.

Pope Francis: Europe needs truth, courage, conscience and peace

Listen to Pope Francis’ message to the Council of Europe today, together with Secretary General Jagland’s welcome greeting.