On September 19 and 20, ACCESS and its partner the Armenian Association for the Disabled “Pyunic” are holding a two-day conference on “Protecting the Social Rights of Persons with Disabilities” in Yerevan (Armenia).
The Project “Promoting the Social Rights of Persons with Disabilities by Building the Capacities of Armenian Civil Society Organisations to Engage with Council of Europe Monitoring Mechanisms” kicks off in Armenia!Read More
Russia has decriminalised domestic violence. This means one step towards “traditional values” and two steps back from international human rights standards.
27 October 2016, Kyiv, Ukraine – Costas Paraskeva, ACCESS expert on the ECHR, gave a presentation a presentation on the restitution of property of Internally Displaced Persons at the International Round Table in Kiev.
This study was prepared by the Council of Europe international and national experts; the analysis of Council of Europe standards was drafted by Barbara McCallin as well as researchers and experts from the Advocacy Centre on Council of Europe Standards (ACCESS).
On 25 November, ACCESS took part in a seminar on the European Social Charter and the Collective Complaints Procedure, delivering a presentation on the role of civil society organizations and the many innovative features of the Collective Complaints Procedure.
ACCESS was invited to present the baseline analysis “Enhancing the National Legal Framework in Ukraine for Protecting the Human Rights of IDPs” along with the co-authors of the study
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ACCESS’ team stood with their Council of Europe colleagues and friends to march through Strasbourg as we celebrated diversity and equality.
“The protection of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants – Lessons learnt from the recent crisis and perspectives for coordinated action of international organisations”