22/06/2022 | 17:12:24 Thank you very much. First of all, I would like to congratulate all three rapporteurs for these three really important reports. I would like to focus on the one by Ms Yevheniia KRAVCHUK - because I believe that if women are not involved in the reconstruction of societies, there is a huge risk that the new societies will look exactly like the old ones did. These are mostly societies that have a very hard time resolving conflicts; a very hard time coming to a dispute culture that is not an... 22/06/2022 | 11:51:39 Thank you very much, Madam President. Thank you all my colleagues for this very rich debate, for this broad support on this report. I think most of what is said I totally agree with just to tackle some issues, yes, legal measures are important. The new approach of the European Union, as countries, as the member countries, to appoint co-ordinators is important and really makes a difference obviously in many cases. I also totally agree that it is so important to have desegregated data about... 22/06/2022 | 10:05:24 Thank you very much Mrs President. I am happy to have this report today in the plenary. As we all know, antisemitism is not a new phenomenon. With Covid-19 and rallies against measures to curb the virus and the pervasiveness of social media in everyday life, antisemitism became more present and appeared in a new guise. When Covid-19 deniers and anti-vaxxers wearing yellow stars present themselves as “new victims”, equalising themselves with victims of the Shoah and chanting “vaccination makes... 20/06/2022 | 15:35:57 Thank you very much, Ingrid, Yes, the fight against racism, against hatred and against intolerance must be conducted in parallel on many, many levels. It makes absolute sense to start with the political elites. One of the reasons for this – even if not as much as in the past – is that politicians are still something of a role model for many people, or at least they should be. They certainly set an example in their behaviour, in their actions, in their speeches. That is why it is very, very... 20/06/2022 | 12:12:01 Thank you very much, Mr President. I would like to start where Mr Aleksander POCIEJ ended at the Serbian election observation, where I would like to share some really concrete concerns with you and share some main points of criticism. Three of them are more general, which is, first of all, the access to media, which is very uneven and we saw that especially with the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS). The party of the president had the vast majority of time and media, especially TV, which is the...
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
23/06/2022 | Doc. 15564 | Motion for a resolution Countering the erasure of cultural identity in war and peace 23/06/2022 | Doc. 15568 | Motion for a resolution The situation of Ukrainian persons forcefully displaced or transferred to the Russian Federation or Ukrainian territories under the de facto control of the Russian Federation 20/05/2022 | Doc. 15452 | Written declaration Kazakhstan's human rights violations and "shooting without warning" must be internationally investigated 20/05/2022 | Doc. 15458 | Written declaration Poland: the lack of respect for the rule of law and the crackdown on critical voices must stop 20/05/2022 | Doc. 15476 | Written declaration Ukraine: human rights and humanitarian law must be respected
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 28/01/2022 | Doc. 15433, vote on the draft text for resolution Progress of the Assembly's monitoring procedure (January-December 2021)