Man Awarded €55,000 After Abduction And Torture By State Agents In Chechnya

The case concerned the abduction, unacknowledged detention and torture of Akhmed Gisayev in the autumn of 2003 and the lack of effective investigation into that.

Protection Of National Minorities: Report On The Slovak Republic

Further action is needed to prevent ethnic discrimination, in particular in relation to Roma, in the Slovak Republic and greater effort must be made to eliminate segregation of Roma in education.

Video: Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland On BBC Hardtalk

Thorbjørn Jagland explains to the BBC programme the decision of the Nobel Committee, of which he is chairman, to award the 2010 peace prize to the imprisoned Chinese human rights activist Liu Xiaobo.

European Bioethics Forum

Some 60 speakers will take part in 14 debates on the end of life, elderly persons’ place in the community and senior citizens’ nutrition and sexuality.

Podcast: Gary Younge Joins ‘Living Together In the 21st Century’ Debate

In his contribution to the general debate, the Guardian newspaper’s United States correspondent Gary Younge gives his views on issues of identity, terrorism, ethnicity, nationality, migration and intercultural dialogue in 21st century Europe.