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Le droit à la liberté d’expression entraîne des devoirs et des responsabilités, et il est soumis à certaines limites, prévues à l’article 10 paragraphe 2 de la Convention européenne des droits de l’homme, qui peuvent notamment tenir à la protection des droits d’autrui. L’identification d’actes pouvant être qualifiés de «discours de haine» apparaît d’autant plus difficile que ce type de discours n’implique pas nécessairement l’expression d’une haine ou d’émotions.
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Europe is today the only region in the world where the death penalty has been almost completely abolished. In the Council of Europe's 45 member states, including the European Union's 15 member states and its 13 candidate countries, capital punishment is no longer applied. The Council of Europe played a pioneering role in the battle for abolition, believing that the death penalty has no place in democratic societies. This determination to eradicate the death penalty was reflected in Protocol No.6
In spite of a high level of social awareness in Europe, millions of its children are still subjected to violence. Children’s rights are violated on a daily basis in all European countries. Corporal punishment, sexual abuse, the exploitation of children and other similar violations are only now emerging into the public eye. While some progress has been made, it is far too slow and timid. Elaborately organised networks in human trafficking, online child pornography and sexual violence behind what
This title deals with the rules that are in force in Europe for juvenile offenders. The aim of the rules is to uphold the rights and safety of juvenile offenders subject to sanctions or measures and to promote their physical, mental and social well-being when subject to community sanctions or measures, or any form of deprivation of liberty.
It is based on Recommendation Rec(2008)11 of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on the European Rules for juvenile offenders subject to san
Divers instruments juridiques aux niveaux national et international répriment le discours de haine. Cependant, la nature spécifique de l’internet requiert l’adoption de nouvelles stratégies en matière de lutte contre les discours de haine raciale et de violence diffusés largement et rapidement sur le web.
Ignorant les territoires et les frontières, internet ne permet pas aux Etats d'assurer un contrôle efficace par l’application d'une réglementation nationale unilatéral, et implique de ce fait
Children's rights have gained greater global visibility through the almost universal ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Treaty bodies for other international and regional instruments, which cover the rights of "everyone", including children, are giving increasing attention to children's rights. In the same vein, human rights mechanisms, including regional ones such as the European Court of Human Rights, the European Committee of Social Rights and the Inter-
This tool kit is aimed at all secondary schools across Europe.
This compendium gathers articles and publications regarding non formal education. It is an addendum to the European portfolio for youth workers and youth leaders worling in the context of non formal education/learning. This portfolio provides youth leaders and youth workers in Europe, volunteers or professionals, with a tool which can help them identify, assess and describe their competencies based on European quality standards.
This slides presentation is offering you an overview on the Council of Europe’s structure, history and activities
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