Human rights training for Ukrainian judges

The workshop is part of a joint programme between the Council of Europe and the European Union on Transparency and Efficiency of the Judicial System of Ukraine (TEJSU Project).

Police ethics

Representatives of law enforcement agencies from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Moldova, Montenegro and Serbia are in Strasbourg today for a “Make Ethics Grow!” workshop.

Mevlüt Çavusoglu: How to give girls a better education

Non-sexist teaching, gender balance among teachers and state funding of schools are vital to ensuring better education and training for girls, according to Mevlüt Çavusoglu, President of the Parliamentary Assembly.

Delegation set for Dale Farm visit

Travellers facing eviction from a United Kingdom settlement, dubbed ‘Europe’s largest illegal gypsy site,’ will meet with Council of Europe officials next month.

Venice Commission set for Tunis

The Venice Commission received an invitation from the government to discuss the reform process in the country and will be in the capital Tunis for meetings during the second half of March.