Republic of Moldova
1 déc. 2023
Training legal professionals to combat discrimination on religious, ethnic and linguistic grounds in the Republic of MoldovaChisinau, Republic of Moldova 30 November - 1 December 2023
Legal professionals, including judges, prosecutors, registrars, assistants and counsellors from...
24 nov. 2023
European standards on hate speech and hate crimes at the centre of training for legal professionals in the Republic of MoldovaChisinau, The Republic of Moldova 23-24 November 2023
Legal professionals from judicial institutions in the Republic of Moldova enhanced their...
13 nov. 2023CHISINAU, Republic of Moldova 13 NOVEMBER 2023
A platform for dialogue and cooperation on preventing and combating discrimination was created...
26 oct. 2023
Creation of a law enforcement institutions and Civil Society Organisations network to tackle racism and discriminationStrasbourg, France 24-26 October 2023
A network comprised of law enforcement institutions and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) from...
11 oct. 2023
136th Plenary session of the Venice Commission: New opinions prepared under the Quick Response MechanismVenice, Italy 11 October 2023
At its 136th plenary session (held on 6-7 October 2023), the Venice Commission of the Council of...
1. Support to further strengthening the efficiency and quality of the judicial system in the Republic of Moldova
2. Strengthening the capacities of the justice sector actors to deliver justice in line with European standards, in particular to fight discrimination, in the Republic of Moldova
- Mid-term results - September 2020
- January 2022
Human Rights Commissioner
As part of his mandate, the Commissioner carries out visits to countries in order to monitor the human rights situation and pursue a dialogue with national authorities and civil societies.
Fight against corruption
The Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) monitors member states' compliance with the Council of Europe anti-corruption standards with the objective to improve the capacity of its members to fight corruption.
Fight against money laundering
The MONEYVAL committee of experts evaluates the effectiveness of domestic measures to counter money laundering and the financing of terrorism in Council of Europe member states which are not members of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Council of Europe member states which are members of MONEYVAL but subsequently become members of the FATF can elect to retain full membership of MONEYVAL. Applicant states for membership and other non-member states which are not members of the FATF may apply to join the terms of reference under certain conditions.
Democracy through Law
The European Commission for Democracy through Law - the Venice Commission - is an advisory body on constitutional matters which plays a leading role in the adoption of constitutions that conform to the standards of Europe's constitutional heritage
European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ)
The aim of the CEPEJ is the improvement of the efficiency and functioning of justice in the member States.
Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE)
This consultative body to the Committee of Ministers prepares opinions, promotes the implementation of the Recommendation on the Role of Public Prosecution in the Criminal Justice System (2000)19 and collects information about the functioning of prosecution services in Europe.
Fight against racism
The European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) is an independent monitoring body which provides member States with concrete and practical advice on how to tackle problems of racism and intolerance in their country.
Protection of minorities
The Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities provides for a monitoring system to evaluate how the treaty is implemented in State Parties. An advisory Committee adopts recommendations to improve minority protection.
Prevention of torture
The European Committee for the prevention of torture visits places of detention (for juvenile or immigration detainees, police stations, psychiatric hospitals) in order to assess how persons deprived of their liberty are treated.
The Council of Europe’s pioneering work in the fields of human rights and gender equality has also resulted in solid standards which, if fully implemented, would and bring member states closer to real equality between women and men. Some of the milestone achievements in this respect include two conventions.