20/06/2022 | 15:45:52 Thank you, Madam President. Dear colleagues, First of all, I would like to thank the rapporteur for his work. I share the idea that the Charter should indeed be revised and that the role of political parties in the fight against discrimination and racism should be re-emphasised. As you know, in France, we are coming out of a very long political sequence that started with the presidential elections and ended last night with the legislative elections. And I want to denounce what happened... 15/03/2022 | 20:07:13 Thank you, Mister President. Like everyone before me, I would like to start by expressing my support for the Ukrainian people, but also for the neighbours, those who have supported them, from the beginning, for years, and who are also on the front line. In 2019, we were naïve. We did not hear our colleagues' warnings. In history, there had been precedents: we failed to learn the necessary lessons. Personally, I believed at the time that it was the best thing to do for the Russian people... 24/01/2022 | 17:58:05 Thank you, Mr Chairman. I thank all the speakers for their support of Baroness Doreen E. MASSEY's report and mine. As I was listening to our young people, VANI, JÉRÉMY and ORNA, I had a quote that came to mind. It's a quote I love, from Henri Matisse, the painter, who said, "You have to look at all of life with children's eyes." Finally, it was Ms Zita GURMAI who reminded us: children are our future. But when we listened to her, I also had this idea that it is also our past, the children. We... 24/01/2022 | 16:44:36 Good morning to all of you, dear colleagues, I would like to begin by extending my best wishes for the year 2022. I am pleased to be able to discuss this joint debate with Baroness Doreen E. MASSEY whose work I admire and respect for her unwavering commitment to children's rights. We will be able to link our work and discuss together, albeit remotely, this report on the links between climate inaction and the rights of the child. I would like to start by saying that in the last two years, the... 22/06/2021 | 11:08:20 Thank you, Mister President. Dear colleagues, I would first like to thank our colleague, Mr Roberto RAMPI, for the quality of his work, which highlights both the importance and the fragility of the right to know. I would like to thank Mr Roberto Rampi for his excellent report, which highlights the importance and fragility of the right to know, as defined in Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which deals with freedom of expression and information. Whether it is, quite...
10/01/2022 | Doc. 15436 | Report Inaction on climate change – a violation of children's rights 12/05/2021 | Doc. 15285 | Committee Opinion Humanitarian action for refugees and migrants in countries in North Africa and the Middle East 11/01/2021 | Doc. 15212 | Report Covid-19 vaccines: ethical, legal and practical considerations 25/03/2019 | Doc. 14851 | Report Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals: synergy needed on the part of all stakeholders, from parliaments to local authorities
20/05/2022 | Doc. 15475 | Written declaration Empowering national sports association to stand up for human rights and against violation of international law 20/05/2022 | Doc. 15476 | Written declaration Ukraine: human rights and humanitarian law must be respected 20/05/2022 | Doc. 15480 | Written declaration In support with pro-peace opposition in the Russian Federation 17/03/2022 | Doc. 15480 | Written declaration In support with pro-peace opposition in the Russian Federation 11/03/2022 | Doc. 15475 | Written declaration Empowering national sports association to stand up for human rights and against violation of international law
22/06/2022 | Doc. 15539, vote on the draft text for resolution Preventing and combating antisemitism in Europe 20/06/2022 | Doc. 15535, vote on the draft text for resolution The role of political parties in fostering diversity and inclusion: a new Charter for a non-racist society 28/04/2022 | Doc. 15510, vote on the draft text for resolution The Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine: ensuring accountability for serious violations of international humanitarian law and other international crimes 28/04/2022 | Doc. 15510, vote on the draft text for recommendation The Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine: ensuring accountability for serious violations of international humanitarian law and other international crimes 27/04/2022 | Doc. 15506, vote on the draft text for resolution Consequences of the Russian Federation's continued aggression against Ukraine: role and response of the Council of Europe