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Domestic violence
It starts with screams but must never end in silence. In Europe between 12 and 15 per cent of all woman are subjected to violence on a daily basis. The Council of Europe launched a campaign to put an end to this scourge.
Domestic violence
It starts with screams but must never end in silence. In Europe between 12 and 15 per cent of all woman are subjected to violence on a daily basis. The Council of Europe launched a campaign to put an end to this scourge.

Human rights on the Internet
''We should fight crime, including on the Internet, but not at the expense of freedom of expression''. Kristian Bartholin, Deputy Secretary to the Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention, summed up the discussion in this edition of ''View Point'', Europe’s first human rights talk show.
Human rights on the Internet
''We should fight crime, including on the Internet, but not at the expense of freedom of expression''. Kristian Bartholin, Deputy Secretary to the Council of Europe Cybercrime Convention, summed up the discussion in this edition of ''View Point'', Europe’s first human rights talk show.

View Point - "Roma: the forgotten Europeans"
Violence, poverty and widespread discrimination have made Roma communities the ''punchbags'' of Europe and victims of the region’s ''undeclared apartheid.'' These were among the conclusions reached by a panel of experts which took part in the Council of Europe’s ‘View Point’ human rights talk show.
View Point - "Roma: the forgotten Europeans"
Violence, poverty and widespread discrimination have made Roma communities the ''punchbags'' of Europe and victims of the region’s ''undeclared apartheid.'' These were among the conclusions reached by a panel of experts which took part in the Council of Europe’s ‘View Point’ human rights talk show.