History Week: Europe And History Teaching

The dividends of the Council of Europe’s “blame-neutral” approach to teaching history are easily identified – stability, prosperity and international solidarity. They are also easy to forget.

Assembly “Shock And Horror’ At Moscow Airport Bombing

Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, the President of the Parliamentary Assembly, said “I would like to express my shock and horror at the news of today’s bombling, which has – according to reports – killed at least 31 people and injured more than 100 more. It seems that a suicide bomber may have been involved.”

Jagland: Europe Torn Apart By Globalisation, Xenophobia And Social Exclusion

Jagland declared that “achieving more social cohesion should be seen as part of a security concept for Europe that goes deeper than traditional tools, including military tools, can provide.”

Jagland: “No second class citzens in Europe”

In his speech, the Secretary General will urge governments to respond to Europe’s difiiculties not with denials but by restoring the ability of political institutions to solve problems.

Belgian authorities should not have expelled asylum seeker to Greece

The case concerned the expulsion of an asylum seeker to Greece by the Belgian authorities in application of the EU Dublin II Regulation.