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Yulia Pererva discusses a Council of Europe project designed to improve the teaching of Europe's controversial subjects.
“Controversial issues are issues on which there are very strong opinions and which divide society,” Pererva says of the €100,000 programme.
"The idea is to develop an...
Council of Europe video news presenter Jeremy Moakes discusses this week's conference on European construction in Abkhazia.
Panos Kakaviatos reviews the Council of Europe stories making the headlines and looks forward to this week's Parliamentary Assembly session.
The week-long event, now in its eighth year, brings together 51 young people from conflict and post-conflict zones in Europe and the Middle East. Organisers hope that through exercises and face to face contacts, they will be able to recognise points of common interest and overcome their...
On World Refugee Day, Kris Pollet, the European Council On Refugees and Exiles' senior legal and policy officer, outlines his concerns for unaccompanied minors detained in Europe
On World Refugee Day, Kris Pollet, the European Council On Refugees and Exiles' senior legal and policy officer, outlines his concerns for unaccompanied minors detained in Europe.
Elvana Thaci discusses web policy aheasd of EuroDIG
Far right extremism must not be allowed to prevent ethnic minority fans from supporting teams at the European football championships in Poland and Ukraine, says the Council of Europe’s Snežana Samardžić-Marković, head of the Directorate General of Democracy and Serbia’s former minister of sport,...
In this interview, Panos Kakaviatos looks at how the Council of Europe has been making headlines this week and previews the human rights week ahead.
The Internet thinker and Edgeryders project manager charts the way forward for the CoE-EU online sharing platform, ahead of its policy summit next month.