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Andrei Sakharov's legacy
Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner Thomas Hammarberg is interviewed in this 8 minute report looking at the legacy of the Russian human rights campaigner Andrei Sakharov, who died in 1989. Also featured are Jerzy Buzek, the President of the European Parliament, and representatives from leading human rights groups in Russia. There is also a Russian language version of this film.
Andrei Sakharov's legacy
Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner Thomas Hammarberg is interviewed in this 8 minute report looking at the legacy of the Russian human rights campaigner Andrei Sakharov, who died in 1989. Also featured are Jerzy Buzek, the President of the European Parliament, and representatives from leading human rights groups in Russia. There is also a Russian language version of this film.

The Council of Europe at the Sarajevo Film festival
Since it first began in 1995 the Sarajevo Film Festival has been a beacon of freedom of expression in the Balkans. 2010 marked the 60th anniversary of the European Convention on Human Rights, the most important guarantee of our rights and freedoms and the basic set of principles on which the Council of Europe operates.
The Council of Europe at the Sarajevo Film festival
Since it first began in 1995 the Sarajevo Film Festival has been a beacon of freedom of expression in the Balkans. 2010 marked the 60th anniversary of the European Convention on Human Rights, the most important guarantee of our rights and freedoms and the basic set of principles on which the Council of Europe operates.

The European Convention on Human Rights
A film to mark the 60th anniversary of the European Convention on Human Rights, which was opened for signature by member states on 4 November 1950 in Rome. The Convention today upholds the human rights of 800 million Europeans in 47 states.
The European Convention on Human Rights
A film to mark the 60th anniversary of the European Convention on Human Rights, which was opened for signature by member states on 4 November 1950 in Rome. The Convention today upholds the human rights of 800 million Europeans in 47 states.