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Council of Europe

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  • The 47-strong Council of Europe, which is separate from the EU, is the continent's human rights watchdog.

    Ministers 'could get powers to overrule European Court of Human Rights'

  • The court enforces the European convention on human rights, drafted in 1950 by the Council of Europe, which is designed to ensure universal human rights across Europe.

    David Cameron calls for reform of European court of human rights

  • The first route recognized by the Council of Europe is the well-trodden Santiago de Compostela pilgrimage route through France to Spain's northwest coast.

    Travel Through History

  • The Council of Europe is the continent's oldest political organization, founded in 1949.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The European Council not the Council of Europe is the body that meets at what the press call "summits".

    European Constitution - an update

  • The Council of Europe is the continent's top human rights watchdog.

    CNN Transcript Nov 8, 2005

  • In fact, the European Court of Human Rights is not a part of the European Union's patchwork of institutions but is instead aligned to the Council of Europe, which is dedicated to the protection of human rights across 47 countries.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Council of Europe is a 47-nation group that will discuss the burka issue at its plenary session next month.

    Islam in Europe

  • The Council of Europe, which is separate from the European Union, is responsible for the

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Kosovo calls the Council of Europe report false and libelous

    CNN.com

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