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Report on Cybercrime
This report looks at the progress achieved by the Council of Europe's Budapest convention, which is marking its 10th anniversary. With contributions from high-level representatives from the USA and Australia, it also examines the challenges that lie ahead in the global fight against cybercrime.
Report on Cybercrime
This report looks at the progress achieved by the Council of Europe's Budapest convention, which is marking its 10th anniversary. With contributions from high-level representatives from the USA and Australia, it also examines the challenges that lie ahead in the global fight against cybercrime.

Minority languages Song Contest 2011
The 8th ''Liet International'' minority song contest took place in Udine, Italy on 19 November 2011. Bands performing in Asturian, Sami, Frisian, Irish, Karelian, Latgalian, Gaelic, Low German, Friulian and Sardinian competed for a prize sponsored by the Council of Europe, which has a special Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. The jury award went to the young Frisian singer-songwriter Janna Eijer from the village of Jobbegea in the Netherlands. The Coffeeshock Company, a Croatian band from Burgenland in Austria, won the public award.
Minority languages Song Contest 2011
The 8th ''Liet International'' minority song contest took place in Udine, Italy on 19 November 2011. Bands performing in Asturian, Sami, Frisian, Irish, Karelian, Latgalian, Gaelic, Low German, Friulian and Sardinian competed for a prize sponsored by the Council of Europe, which has a special Charter for Regional or Minority Languages. The jury award went to the young Frisian singer-songwriter Janna Eijer from the village of Jobbegea in the Netherlands. The Coffeeshock Company, a Croatian band from Burgenland in Austria, won the public award.

Child friendly justice
The Council of Europe has brought together ministers, MPs, children’s rights defenders and civil society representatives to finalise its new strategy on children’s rights. The strategy is designed to enhance the capacity of the Council of Europe and its 47 member states to ensure respect for children’s rights, in particular by developing child-friendly services, eliminating all forms of violence against children and by promoting a culture of respect for children’s rights, needs and opinions. One element of the broader 'Building a Europe for and with Children' programme concentrates on child-friendly justice.
Child friendly justice
The Council of Europe has brought together ministers, MPs, children’s rights defenders and civil society representatives to finalise its new strategy on children’s rights. The strategy is designed to enhance the capacity of the Council of Europe and its 47 member states to ensure respect for children’s rights, in particular by developing child-friendly services, eliminating all forms of violence against children and by promoting a culture of respect for children’s rights, needs and opinions. One element of the broader 'Building a Europe for and with Children' programme concentrates on child-friendly justice.