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Interview Fanny Ardant
Internationally acclaimed actor and director Fanny Ardant, who has appeared in more than 50 films and is the winner of a César award for best actress, joined the Council of Europe’s Dosta! programme in April 2010 to improve the situation of the Roma population in Europe. She produced a 6 minute film criticising intolerance against, and school exclusion of, Romani children. Her commitment marks a milestone for the programme.
Interview Fanny Ardant
Internationally acclaimed actor and director Fanny Ardant, who has appeared in more than 50 films and is the winner of a César award for best actress, joined the Council of Europe’s Dosta! programme in April 2010 to improve the situation of the Roma population in Europe. She produced a 6 minute film criticising intolerance against, and school exclusion of, Romani children. Her commitment marks a milestone for the programme.

View Point
To celebrate World Press Freedom Day on May 3rd, the Council of Europe has invited a panel of top European journalists and experts to discuss how freedom of expression has fared in the last decade. Attacks on journalists and outspoken politicians, as well as new forms of censorship, are some of the issues addressed.
View Point
To celebrate World Press Freedom Day on May 3rd, the Council of Europe has invited a panel of top European journalists and experts to discuss how freedom of expression has fared in the last decade. Attacks on journalists and outspoken politicians, as well as new forms of censorship, are some of the issues addressed.

View Point - 21st Century Woman
In the latest ''View Point '' programme, an international panel discusses women's professional progress, the impact of feminism and the fight against male gender privilege. The programme also features Sweden’s EU minister Birgitta Ohlsson. She explains the economic problems facing Europe if it continues to produce ''the most educated housewives'' in the world.
View Point - 21st Century Woman
In the latest ''View Point '' programme, an international panel discusses women's professional progress, the impact of feminism and the fight against male gender privilege. The programme also features Sweden’s EU minister Birgitta Ohlsson. She explains the economic problems facing Europe if it continues to produce ''the most educated housewives'' in the world.