Secretary General of the Council of Europe

The Secretary General of the Council of Europe (French: Secretary General of the Council of Europe ) is appointed by the Parliamentary Assembly on the recommendation of the Committee of Ministers for a period of five years. The Council of Europe is set up in London on May 5, 1949, namely, to achieve greater unity between its member states and the United States. their common heritage and their economic and social progress. Read More…

Marina Schuster

Marina Schuster (born September 23, 1975) is a German politician of the liberal Free Democratic Party .

Political career

Schuster was a member of the Deutscher Bundestag for two consecutive terms, from 2005 to 2013. [1] In the 17th Legislative Term of the Bundestag, it was spokeswoman on human rights and humanitarian aid for the Free Democratic Party (FDP) parliamentary group. The present Committee on Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid, the Committee on Foreign Relations and the Humanitarian Aid Committee, both providing oversight on all activities of the German Foreign Office . During the first term, between 2005 and 2009, Schuster also served as a deputy member of the committees on consumer protection and home affairs. [2] Read More…

Revised European Charter on the Participation of Young People in Local and Regional Life

The Revised European Charter on the Participation of Young People in Local and Regional Life is an international policy document to promote youth participation at the local level. Since its adoption by the Congress of the Council of Europe in 2003 it has achieved wide recognition as a key reference policy document for the political participation of youth. [1] Read More…

Partial agreement

Partial agreement is a term used within the Council of Europe to a major activity of European cooperation that is organized by the Council of Europe but does not include all of its member states. This form of activity dates from a resolution adopted by the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers on 2 August 1951. citation needed ] The resolution for the adoption of agreements of a limited number of member states, without the participation of the remainder. Any expenditure would be made by the participating states alone. This form of variable geometry in inter-governmental cooperation has not been imitated by other international organizations. This form of cooperation also permits some activities to include non-European states as full-fledged participants. Read More…

Palace of Europe

The Palace of Europe ( French : Palais de l’Europe ) is a building Located in Strasbourg , France , HAS That served as the seat of the Council of Europe since 1977 When It REPLACED the ‘House of Europe’. Between 1977 and 1999 it was also the Strasbourg seat of the European Parliament . Read More…

North-South Prize

The North-South Prize is awarded annually by the North-South Center of the Council of Europe to two public figures who are recognized for their deep commitment, outstanding achievements and hope they have generated in the field of protection of human rights , the defense of pluralist democracy and North-South partnership and solidarity. The prize originated in 1995 and is known to the Lisbon North-South Prize. Read More…

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