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LGBT rights
This spot aims to make lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people aware that they should not be discriminated against on the grounds of their sexual orientation or gender identity. In 2010 the Council of Europe made history when its Committee of Ministers adopted a recommendation calling on member states to combat such discrimination, which often takes the form of homophobia, transphobia and other forms of intolerance.
LGBT rights
This spot aims to make lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people aware that they should not be discriminated against on the grounds of their sexual orientation or gender identity. In 2010 the Council of Europe made history when its Committee of Ministers adopted a recommendation calling on member states to combat such discrimination, which often takes the form of homophobia, transphobia and other forms of intolerance.

Protecting Journalists
This video outlines the dangers that investigative journalists face in today's society and possible solutions to this problem in Europe. The Council of Europe has produced a set of guidelines with regards to this issue, and member states have a positive obligation both to protect investigative journalists when they are threatened and to ensure the prosecution of crimes against them.
Protecting Journalists
This video outlines the dangers that investigative journalists face in today's society and possible solutions to this problem in Europe. The Council of Europe has produced a set of guidelines with regards to this issue, and member states have a positive obligation both to protect investigative journalists when they are threatened and to ensure the prosecution of crimes against them.

Matthew McVarish interview
In this interview, Matthew McVarish discusses his commitment to walking ten thousand miles between Europe’s capitals as part of Road to Change, a program working to end child sexual abuse by ending the silence that surrounds it. In the next 18 years, over 30 million children will be sexually abused, and so McVarish is walking to spread awareness for this huge human rights issue. He recently stopped at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg to share his story and meet with some of Europe’s top experts on this issue.
Matthew McVarish interview
In this interview, Matthew McVarish discusses his commitment to walking ten thousand miles between Europe’s capitals as part of Road to Change, a program working to end child sexual abuse by ending the silence that surrounds it. In the next 18 years, over 30 million children will be sexually abused, and so McVarish is walking to spread awareness for this huge human rights issue. He recently stopped at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg to share his story and meet with some of Europe’s top experts on this issue.