by Council of Europe .
Written in English
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28 APRIL Lithuania ratified the Council of Europe Convention on Laundering, Search, Seizure and Confiscation of the Proceeds from Crime and on the Financing of Terrorism (CETS No. ).. 16 March Colombia acceded to the Convention on Cybercrime (CETS No. ).. 19 February Mongolia ratified the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax . The Council of Europe adopted these symbols of unity in and respectively, with the European Union doing the same in They are now the emblems of a shared European identity. The 29th Council of Europe Conference of Ministers of Justice opens a forum for exchange of views on these issues and identify areas where further efforts are needed to tackle this problem in Europe. More information. Amicale - Council of Europe staff association - festive and commemorative celebration. Strasbourg, France, As from 5 pm. 4 Libraries Books & publications Postage stamps Council of Europe Box no. Date(s) Volume no. Title 1
The Council of Europe, Europe's oldest political body, aims to uphold human rights, democracy and the rule of law across the continent. It emerged in from the ashes of World War II and now includes all European countries apart from Belarus, where the council is concerned about the human rights situation, and Kosovo, the independence of which is not recognised by many Council of Europe. an activity report, drawn up by the Secretariat of the Committee of Ministers, in co- operation with the other departments of the Council of Europe Secretariat, gives details of the implementation of the intergovernmental programme. The activity report is updated regularly. More focused information, which summarises the most topical issues. The Committee of Ministers, under the terms of Article b of the Statute of the Council of Europe, Considering that the aim of the Council of Europe is to achieve a greater unity between its members, in particular through harmonising laws on matters of common interest; Having regard, in particular. Since this book is a survey of the period, the military aspects of the war are not discussed in detail but the author, who is an expert on this period, provides enough information for all but the most zealous military buffs. The book is primarily concerned wit the political and religious conflicts in Europe during this by:
We strive towards a Europe where the diversity of cultures, the arts, and cultural heritage are essential to the development of a genuine openness of mind and basic rights, and where open and interactive processes and practices of culture that combine to help us deal with the complexities of living with ourselves and one another. Europe In A Nutshell (Europe Today, No. 7) [Paul M.G. Levy, Information Directorate] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Europe In A Nutshell (Europe Today, No. 7)Author: Information Directorate. The European Council asked th€: Council (General Affairs) to coordin~e the efforts ()f the Council in its various formations, and to prepare the necessary conclusions of the European Coun-cil at its session in July J 97R. The Council considers it essential that the Community will have achieved an an-File Size: 2MB. February 17 and The Single European Act modifying the Treaty of Rome is signed in Luxembourg and The Hague. Marshall ruling. The European Court of Justice clarifies the principle of equality of treatment between women and men, including the dismissal policy.