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21/03/2023 - Equality and Non-Discrimination Petra Bayr: there’s still a long way to go in the fight against racism 14/03/2023 - Equality and Non-Discrimination Petra Bayr: ‘anti-Muslim racism endangers its direct targets, but also other minority groups and society as a whole’ 24/01/2023 - Session Concerted international action to combat conflict-related sexual violence 01/12/2022 - Equality and Non-Discrimination Call for concerted international action to sanction conflict-related sexual violence 22/06/2022 - Session Making the fight against antisemitic hate speech a priority
27/01/2023 | 10:37:54 Thank you very much, Since I will only have thirty seconds to explain my amendment later, I would like to address the issue of codes of conduct here and now. Previous speakers have said how these automated weapons systems are developing incredibly rapidly, and I don't believe we have time for all these legalistic manoeuvres. Rather, we have got to find a straightforward path ahead; we have got to look at how human control can be exercised over these systems and make sure we can do something... 25/01/2023 | 17:52:06 Thank you very much, Mister Chair. Violence has many faces. It can be systematic, economic, psychological, emotional, physical, sexual or any combination you could consider. I want to thank the three rapporteurs. You shared the figures with us. The alarming figures. Ms Margreet De BOER, Ms Petra STIENEN, Ms Zita GURMAI, thank you very much for this work, for this really great work. I know how emotional it can be to work on violence, especially after my report yesterday on conflict-related... 25/01/2023 | 10:41:41 Yes, thank you very much for this really important report. I would like to focus exclusively on the aspects relating to the International Criminal Court, where ecocide would be the fifth crime, alongside crimes against humanity, war crimes, genocide and aggression. I think this would be a very, very important step. There is also a very concrete legal proposal as to how this crime could be defined, where it would be a matter of punishing unlawful or wanton acts that would cause serious, far... 24/01/2023 | 11:33:25 Thank you all for your support, for your commitment and I hope that we will all together get active against this atrocity. I also want to thank Ms Penelope DENU from the Secretariat who did a great job on this report as well. It was a great co-operation as always. And let me make three remarks content-wise. First of all, this morning, we appointed the very first male rapporteur on combating violence against women in the history of the Parliamentary Assembly. Mr Even ERIKSEN from Norway will... 24/01/2023 | 10:08:15 Thank you, Mr President. In my report on conflict-related sexual violence, I enshrine a couple of recommendations on different topics, beginning with –of course– prevention. Prevention of sexual violence in conflicts starts long before the war, long before a conflict starts. It starts when it comes to education of soldiers. It starts when we see how the gender balance in an army or in police forces are. That's awareness raising on the possibility of sexual violence is made. I also tackle the...
05/01/2023 | Doc. 15677 | Report Conflict-related sexual violence 23/05/2022 | Doc. 15539 | Report Preventing and combating antisemitism in Europe 22/09/2021 | Doc. 15376 | Committee Opinion Gender representation in the Parliamentary Assembly 19/02/2020 | Doc. 15084 | Report Empowering women: promoting access to contraception in Europe 08/04/2019 | Doc. 14861 | Committee Opinion Strengthening co-operation with the United Nations in implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
13/03/2023 | Doc. 15727 | Motion for a resolution Strengthening the protection of biodiversity in Europe through sustainable and fair financing of the Bern Convention 30/01/2023 | Doc. 15697 | Motion for a resolution Misuse of the anti-money laundering measures and countering the financing of terrorism regulations as a tool of transnational repression 30/01/2023 | Doc. 15698 | Motion for a resolution The use of explosive weapons as a major driver of justified displacement 30/01/2023 | Doc. 15700 | Motion for a resolution Global rules to eliminate all forms of religious oppression 30/01/2023 | Doc. 15702 | Motion for a recommendation Socialising at schools, a means for students' well-being
27/01/2023 | Doc. 15683, vote on the draft text for resolution Emergence of lethal autonomous weapons systems (LAWS) and their necessary apprehension through European human rights law 27/01/2023 | Doc. 15675, vote on the draft text for resolution Building the Open Council of Europe Academic Networks (OCEAN) 26/01/2023 | Doc. 15689, vote on the draft text for resolution Legal and human rights aspects of the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine 25/01/2023 | Doc. 15674, vote on the draft text for resolution Environmental impact of armed conflicts 25/01/2023 | Doc. 15674, vote on the draft text for recommendation Environmental impact of armed conflicts