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11/10/2023 | 19:15:12 Dear collegues,  Violence against women with disabilities is a prevalent, serious and preventable violation of human rights. Changes in the landscape show how intellectual dissabilities and ableism intersect to drive a higher rise of violence against women with disabilities. Ableism is when people without disabilities are privileged and people with disabilities are disadvantaged and excluded because of social standards about who is worthy or normal. It is also critical that women with... 25/01/2023 | 17:45:52 Dear Colleagues, The problem of violence against women and girls has deep historical roots. All over the world in the news we often encounter publications about violence against women and girls, early marriage about children who become mothers at an early age. In ethics, society as a whole, it should be recognised as a global human rights issue. I think that in order to stop this flow of action we need to unite. It is high time for the Parliamentary Assembly to address the role and... 12/10/2022 | 19:21:22 Dear colleagues, I want to bring your attention to the fact that unanimously adapted draft resolution based on the report prepared by Mr Pierre-Alain FRIDEZ and discuss that Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Article 4 of its protocol prohibit state parties from returning migrants and asylum seekers to another country without an individual assessment as to ways that this is safe. Member states are called upon to take a series of measures to prevent pushbacks, to protect... 11/10/2022 | 18:30:31 Dear Colleagues, Islamophobia is a specific form of racism that must be talked about. Muslims suffer from discrimination, stigmatisation and exclusion in all areas of life, such as employment, education, vocational training, services, and political participation, but also from racist violence and speech. However, research based on proxies has estimated that around 19 million Muslims live in Europe, which represents 6% of the total European population. Consequently, even those who choose not... 26/04/2022 | 17:27:30 Dear Colleagues, Each country and institutions must come up on this new solution addressed to this serious problem. In Azerbaijan, the state provides special care for disabled persons. They are involved in discounts, grants, and updates projects. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. The precondition for anyone to enjoy their rights and fundamental freedoms is that they live in, and are included in the community. For a long time, however, persons with disabilities... 24/01/2022 | 17:38:59 Dear colleges, first of all I want to say thanks to both rapporteurs. The Parliamentary Assembly calls that child participation is enshrined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, and is therefore an international legal obligation. The United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development acknowledges children's right to participation as an essential part of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. Democratic societies cannot be built unless we listen to children... 23/06/2021 | 16:57:25 Thank you very much Ms Chairman, dear colleagues, This report comprehensively touched upon the problem of increasing the role of women in political and public decision-making. But the main thing is to develop this idea in accordance with the reality of each country. Because of this, our first priority is to ensure that woman have more access to education and active citizenship in society. We see that in countries where women have a high level of education they have progressed into important... 22/06/2021 | 19:34:57 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Honorable colleagues! Perhaps the biggest damage of the Covid-19 pandemic is in the field of children's rights. First of all, it is necessary to pay attention to the restrictions on the realization of the right to education. It is not difficult to get students accustomed to distance education in higher education institutions. Because having a normal education base reduces the difficulties they face. However, a young student who does not have... 22/06/2021 | 13:00:18 (Undelivered speech, Rules of Procedure Art. 31.2) Dear colleagues! As noted in the lecture, both media freedom and the right of people to information are linked to fundamental human freedoms enshrined in the constitutions. There are norms in both international documents and local legislation that will guarantee and support this right to control so much freedom. Freedom of the media begins with economic freedom. It is already a world reality that the phenomenon called the media economy has a...