Based in Strasbourg, the Council of Europe is an intergovernmental organisation committed to the protection of human rights, pluralist democracy and the rule of law. Founded by ten nations in 1949, it now numbers forty-one member States, including sixteen from Central and Eastern Europe, thus giving the Organisation a pan-European character. Source: COE
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Council of Europe
International organisation. News, activities, press releases, and publications. Covers human rights, treaties and political and social issues.
Council of Europe Office in Armenia
Information about relationship and the organization's activities. Yerevan.
Council of Europe Publications
Information on Council of Europe Publishing, which produces works in the Organisation's spheres of reference, including human rights, legal science, health, ethics, social affairs, environment, education, culture.
Council of Europe Treaty Documents
Online copies of Treaties, Reservations and Declarations, and Partial Agreements. Full text searchable, in English, French, German, Italian and Russian.
LLRX - Guide to Researching the Council of Europe
Research guide including summary of institutions and their roles. From the Law Library Resource Xchange.
Wikipedia - Council of Europe
Online encyclopedia article briefly covering the institutions, aims and membership of the Council of Europe.
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