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Europe against torture
To mark Human Rights Day on December 10 the Council of Europe has produced a TV spot highlighting the work of the Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT). The spot, which includes some images provided by Amnesty, is currently available in English and Russian, with other linguistic versions planned for the near future. For Russian version of the video, please click on "original" in the video language menu.
Europe against torture
To mark Human Rights Day on December 10 the Council of Europe has produced a TV spot highlighting the work of the Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT). The spot, which includes some images provided by Amnesty, is currently available in English and Russian, with other linguistic versions planned for the near future. For Russian version of the video, please click on "original" in the video language menu.

Death Penalty Day
Council of Europe publicity spot against the death penalty : « Ineffective against crime. Irreversible. Inhuman. A state that applies the death penalty is a state that violates human rights. Say “No” to the death penalty. Europe against the death penalty.
Death Penalty Day
Council of Europe publicity spot against the death penalty : « Ineffective against crime. Irreversible. Inhuman. A state that applies the death penalty is a state that violates human rights. Say “No” to the death penalty. Europe against the death penalty.

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.