‘Getting it right: ensuring child-friendly justice through Barnahus structures in Europe’ is the theme under which the Council of Europe, which works for the protection of human rights, will mark this year’s European Day on...Read more
A particular focus on the protection of children’s rights in a crisis or emergency situation is at the heart of the Council of Europe’s adoption of its conclusions on the EU strategy on the rights...Read more
A Council of Europe & European Union-led conference is focusing on the right of children to be heard and have their opinions taken seriously.
Child and youth participation for Europe began in the Irish city of...Read more
Challenges raised by the rise and exploitation of child self-generated sexual images and videos are at the centre of a new monitoring report by the Council of Europe (CoE).
The report covers 43 European states...Read more
A landmark new children’s rights strategy has been designed guide the Council of Europe’s member states in protecting and promoting the rights of the child.
Ministers and children’s rights representatives from across the council’s 46 countries...Read more
Today, 9 February, is Safer Internet Day, and an opportunity for everyone who works for children – from policymakers to health professionals to media outlets – to raise awareness of children and young people’s online...Read more
The Council of Europe, which upholds human rights across the continent, has clashed with Germany over why the country has not formally embedded children’s rights and interests into the national constitution.Read more
A major international conference examining what European countries can do better to promote and protect the rights of children is underway.
Governments, members of parliaments and child rights experts have come together under the banner of...Read more