Dunja Mijatović: European states must put human rights at the centre of their migration policies

“European states’ current approach to the arrivals of refugees and migrants has transformed a manageable issue into an extremely divisive topic, in particular within EU member states,” says the Commissioner for Human Rights.

Dunja Mijatović: Safeguarding human rights in the era of artificial intelligence

The ethical and legal implications of artificial intelligence often go unnoticed by the public at large.”

Dunja Mijatović : Albania should step up protection of children and inclusion of persons with disabilities

The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights, returned recently from a five-day visit to the country which focused on children’s rights, the rights of persons with disabilities, and access to free legal aid.

Dunja Mijatović takes up post of Commissioner for Human Rights

The Bosnia and Herzegovina national was elected last January by the Parliamentary Assembly and becomes the first woman to hold this post, succeeding Nils Muižnieks (2012-2018), Thomas Hammarberg (2006-2012) and Alvaro Gil-Robles (1999-2006).

Dunja Mijatović elected Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights

Following a Parliamentary Assembly vote earlier today, Dunja Mijatovic (Bosnia and Herzegovina) has been chosen to be the new Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights.