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Roma mediators
The Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjorn Jagland, presented a report to the Committee of Ministers in Istanbul, Turkey, in which he outlined what measures are being taken to help Roma people. Trained Roma mediators are being sent to 15 European states to help Roma people with education, health and employment issues.
Roma mediators
The Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjorn Jagland, presented a report to the Committee of Ministers in Istanbul, Turkey, in which he outlined what measures are being taken to help Roma people. Trained Roma mediators are being sent to 15 European states to help Roma people with education, health and employment issues.

Johanna Nelles
The Convention was opened for signature during the 121st Session of the of Committee of Ministers in Istanbul, Turkey, attended by foreign ministers from 47 member states. The Convention is also open to accession by non-European countries and by the European Union. Johanna Nelles, from the Council of Europe, explains what the Convention is and how it will work.
Johanna Nelles
The Convention was opened for signature during the 121st Session of the of Committee of Ministers in Istanbul, Turkey, attended by foreign ministers from 47 member states. The Convention is also open to accession by non-European countries and by the European Union.
Johanna Nelles, from the Council of Europe, explains what the Convention is and how it will work.

Beyond
The Council of Europe has released a hard-hitting short film highlighting the dangers posed by those who wish to illegally obtain private data. The film shows a data intruder running through a building and downloading one victim's personal data at home, another's medical records during an examination by a doctor and a third victim's bank details during a transaction at his bank. The film ends with a reminder that the Council of Europe has a convention on data protection.
Beyond
The Council of Europe has released a hard-hitting short film highlighting the dangers posed by those who wish to illegally obtain private data. The film shows a data intruder running through a building and downloading one victim's personal data at home, another's medical records during an examination by a doctor and a third victim's bank details during a transaction at his bank. The film ends with a reminder that the Council of Europe has a convention on data protection.