Conference “Civil Service: Current State and Prospects of Development”

On October 22-23, 2019, the International Scientific and Practical Conference “Civil Service: Current State and Prospects of Development” was organized in Minsk by the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Belarus, the Council of Europe and the Astana Civil Service Hub.

The conference brought together more than 50 Belarusian participants and experts from international organizations from around the world.

Within the framework of the first day of the conference, a session of the Council of Europe was held. During this session the CoE experts made the presentation on the toolkits of CoE for Good Governance and on national experience of the Council of Europe countries in implementing good governance instruments.

08-07-2020
Webinar on Roma rights and equality

On 9 July, a webinar will be organised on “Roma rights and equality” between  3-5 pm CET, in the framework of the regional project “Strengthening access to justice through non-judicial redress mechanisms for victims of discrimination, hate crime and hate speech in Eastern Partnership countries”.

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09-06-2020
Online lecture on the topic "European Convention on Human Rights"

Online lecture on the topic "European Convention on Human Rights", organized by the Council of Europe for future legal professionals will be held on June 10, 2020 (Wednesday) at 15:00 (Minsk time). The speaker is Irina Vitchinka, a former lawyer at the European Court of Human Rights. Participation in the lecture is free and possible by using the link below.

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11-05-2020
Tender file on provision of consultancy/intellectual services on access to justice and violence against women in Eastern Partnership countries

The Council of Europe is currently implementing the project “Women’s Access to Justice: delivering on the Istanbul Convention and other European gender equality standards” in the framework of the EU/Council of Europe Partnership for Good Governance II. The project covers six Eastern Partnership Countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine)”. The project aims to strengthen access to justice for women, especially women victims of violence in line with the Counc

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