23/06/2023 | 12:41:05 Thank you, Madam Chairman. I have the honour of being the last speaker for this report. I would like to sincerely thank Ms Edite ESTRELA for this report, but also for all the work she does in the Assembly, which is consistent in terms of the fight against discrimination and the fight for social rights. Many of my colleagues have told a story, so I wanted to tell you one too. It's the terrible story, in fact, of Belgium and many other countries, which suffered a natural disaster in 2021 when... 28/04/2023 | 11:41:34 Thank you, Mister President. I would like to warmly thank the rapporteur and the person who brought the report today. I believe that the issue of access to reliable information on social networks has become crucial today. Today, of course, more measures are needed so that young people can consume quality content and spot fake information. I would like to remind you, to remind us, that we didn't have to wait for social networks to propagate "fake news", nor for young people to be harassed, or... 27/04/2023 | 19:10:59 Thank you, Mister President. I would first like to acknowledge the excellent work of my colleague Mr Geraint DAVIES and thank him for this important report. I would like to remind you that international trade is not an objective: it is a tool to guarantee prosperity and well-being in our societies, and respect for human rights, democracy, and the environment ought to be the prerequisites for international trade. That is not the case right now. Instead, interest and profit seem more important... 26/04/2023 | 18:07:24 Dear Colleagues, Thank you very much. Many of you have spoken about climate change, but thank you for your solidarity with the people of Türkiye and Syria. If I go back to your words, you spoke of fires, you spoke of melting ice, drought, cyclones, hurricanes, extinction of biodiversity, sea levels. Our colleague from London talked about the need for adaptation on the Thames. I pay tribute to our colleague from Canada and I remember last summer with record temperatures of up to 53° and... 26/04/2023 | 16:33:23 Thank you, Mister President. Dear Colleagues, Dear Turkish delegation, I cannot begin the presentation of this report without once again expressing my deepest condolences and my genuine emotion at what you have experienced in Türkiye and Syria. In fact, after spending three days on the ground, I cannot find the words today to describe what I have seen. There are no words to describe the nightmare, the nightmare that the people of Türkiye and Syria have experienced. There is perhaps one image...
22/09/2023 | Doc. 15829 | Report Mental health and well-being of children and young adults 06/04/2023 | Doc. 15738 | Report Political strategies to prevent, prepare for, and face the consequences of natural disasters 13/09/2021 | Doc. 15367 | Report Anchoring the right to a healthy environment: need for enhanced action by the Council of Europe
23/05/2023 | Doc. 15777 | Motion for a resolution The detention of Julian Assange and its chilling effects on human rights 09/05/2023 | Doc. 15692 | Written declaration Do not extradite Julian Assange to the United States 04/05/2023 | Doc. 15765 | Written declaration The Slovak Republic must avoid regression on legal gender recognition 04/05/2023 | Doc. 15764 | Written declaration Azerbaijan must open the Lachin Corridor 28/04/2023 | Doc. 15755 | Motion for a resolution Ending the abuse of politically motivated prosecutions by the State prosecution service in Poland
23/06/2023 | Doc. 15776, vote on the draft text for resolution Closing the digital divide: promoting equal access to digital technologies 22/06/2023 | Doc. 15796, vote on the draft text for resolution Ensuring free and safe access through the Lachin Corridor 22/06/2023 | Doc. 15796, vote on the draft text for recommendation Ensuring free and safe access through the Lachin Corridor 21/06/2023 | Doc. 15780, vote on the draft text for opinion Budgets and priorities of the Council of Europe for the period 2024-2027 21/06/2023 | Doc. 15781, vote on the draft text for resolution Expenditure of the Parliamentary Assembly for the biennium 2024-2025