Joint European Union / Council of Europe Project Promoting Human Rights and Minority Protection In South East Europe
"Promoting Human Rights and Minority Protection'' is a regional project for South East Europe.
It aims to improve access to rights for minorities at various levels of government based upon Council of Europe standards in this field and in particular on the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (FCNM) and the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages (ECRML).
Closing Conference of the Joint EU/CoE regional project “Promoting human rights and minority protection in South East Europe”
The Publication of Elements of Good Practice identified during the implementation of the JP EU/CoE “Promoting Human Rights and Minority Protection in South East Europe”
The Project's documentary on Bosnia and Herzegovina has been published
Documentary on Best Practices in Municipalities
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TV Documentary - Bosnia and Herzegovina
"OPEN DAY" OF STARO NAGORICANE (FYROM)
Support to municipalities
Legislative and Policy changes
Please visit also our partner
Joint EU/CoE Project
Regional Support for Inclusive Education