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Roma Holocaust survivor
As a 12-year old boy, Marin Constantin witnessed the full horror of the Holocaust after he was taken from his home in Romania to what he believed was Ukraine. Forced to work in fields, harvesting vegetables for meagre rations, Marin Constantin recounts a time of mass inhumanity and brutality, particularly towards Roma people. Speaking to the Council of Europe, he said that his ordeal, between 1942-1944, haunted him long after he escaped and returned home.
Roma Holocaust survivor
As a 12-year old boy, Marin Constantin witnessed the full horror of the Holocaust after he was taken from his home in Romania to what he believed was Ukraine. Forced to work in fields, harvesting vegetables for meagre rations, Marin Constantin recounts a time of mass inhumanity and brutality, particularly towards Roma people. Speaking to the Council of Europe, he said that his ordeal, between 1942-1944, haunted him long after he escaped and returned home.

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.

Cybercrime
As our world becomes ever more dependent on information and communication technologies, it is also increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime, including identity theft, financial fraud, cyber attacks and the misuse of social networks. Many of these crimes are committed not against states or organisations, but against individuals, who can have their privacy invaded by hackers, fraudsters and, in the case of children, paedophiles.
Cybercrime
As our world becomes ever more dependent on information and communication technologies, it is also increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime, including identity theft, financial fraud, cyber attacks and the misuse of social networks. Many of these crimes are committed not against states or organisations, but against individuals, who can have their privacy invaded by hackers, fraudsters and, in the case of children, paedophiles.