Standing Committee to meet in Paris

The PACE Standing Committee will meet in Paris on 16 March. After an opening address by President Nicoletti, the parliamentarians will hold an exchange of views with the President of the European Court of Human Rights, Guido Raimondi. More

Conference on Private and family life for LGBTI people

The Danish Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers, the Danish Parliament and PACE will hold a conference on private and family life for LGBTI people. The keynote speech will be delivered by Ireland’s Minister for Children and Youth.  More

PACE rapporteurs call on all conflict parties to put an end to the humanitarian tragedy in Syria

Two PACE rapporteurs, Sevinj Fataliyeva and Dora Bakoyannis, have reacted strongly to the humanitarian tragedy unfolding in Syria’s Eastern Goutha, on the day the UN Security Council meets to discuss the situation. More

OECD Secretary General and PACE President decide to step up co-operation

“Closer and stronger co-operation between PACE and the OECD is essential to strengthen the democratic resilience of our society,” said Michele Nicoletti, at the end of a bilateral meeting with Angel Gurría. More

Rapporteur highlights ‘the very high quality of dialogue between PACE and the Parliament of Morocco’

“After meeting different game-players of the political reform process in Morocco, my impression is that reforms are on track and developing at various speeds,” said Bodgan Klich at the end of a fact-finding mission to Rabat. More

Diasporas are key to tackling radicalisation

PACE’s new “Parliamentary Network on Diaspora Policies”, holding its first meeting in Rabat on 8 February, looked at how to integrate migrants in ways that were most likely to stop young people from being attracted to terror.  More

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