Video: Women in power – Major inequalities remain across Europe

Member states are still struggling to achieve gender balance in public decision-making, according to a new report from the Council of Europe.

Video: Thierno Diallo’s migrant’s story

Over five videos, Thierno Diallo reveals the violence, desperation and trauma that made him flee his native Guinea for a new life in Greece.

Anti-human trafficking experts publish first report on Greece

The Council of Europe’s expert group against human trafficking (GRETA) praises positive steps taken by Greek authorities to combat the problem but also highlights a number of shortcomings.

Russia: Conviction of opposition leader Aleksey Navalnyy breached European human rights law

The case concerned the complaint by Aleksey Navalnyy, an opposition leader, and his brother Oleg Navalnyy, an entrepreneur, that their criminal conviction for fraud and money laundering was based on an unforeseeable application of criminal law and that the proceedings were arbitrary and unfair.

Turkey: Murat Arslan wins fifth Václav Havel Human Rights Prize

Arslan has been in detention since 2016. He is a former Rapporteur of the Turkish Constitutional Court and president of the now dissolved Association for the Union of Judges and Prosecutors (YARSAV).