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After 70 years of the Geneva Conventions, civilians and the wounded in warfare ‘more at risk than ever’

"Seventy years ago today, the four Geneva Conventions were opened for signature, with the aim of protecting all human beings during wars and armed conflicts,” said PACE President Liliane Maury Pasquier. More

Arrests in Moscow: President expresses deep concern

Liliane Maury Pasquier expressed her deep concern at the arrest and detention of hundreds of people demonstrating in Moscow during an unauthorised rally in view of a forthcoming local election. More

Liliane Maury Pasquier: ‘Hate speech and hate crimes are a gangrene on our societies’

“Hate speech and hate crimes are a gangrene on our societies, eating away at them from the inside,” said Liliane Maury Pasquier, in a statement to mark the European Day for Victims of Hate Crime. More

Harassment and bullying at Westminster: time to declare #NotInMyParliament

PACE President Liliane Maury Pasquier has reacted to the publication of two independent inquiries into bullying and harassment in the House of Commons and the House of Lords. More

Stepping up legislative and awareness-raising work to combat sexism against women parliamentarians

"Parliamentarians must adopt a clear legal framework to sanction abuses and promote equality education," said Liliane Maury Pasquier, speaking at an event in Geneva on violence against women in politics. More

‘Parliaments can act as relays for ensuring the inclusiveness of UN development goals’

“National parliaments are important relays for ensuring the inclusiveness of the UN Sustainable Development Goals by 2030,” said PACE President Liliane Maury Pasquier. More