​4th European Meeting of National Human Rights Institutions

Belfast and Dublin
14-16 November 2002

organised by the Secretariat General of the Council of Europe in co-operation with the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commissionand the Irish Human Rights Commission
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Outcome

  • Letter from Joël Thoraval, Chair of the European Regional Group
    English     French
  • Summary of the discussions of the fourth European Meeting
    English     French
  • The Rules of Procedure of the European regional Group
    English     French
  • Adopted recommendations
    English     French

 

Program


Agenda for 4th European Meeting of National Institutions

 

Meeting Papers

  • SUMMARY OF THE INTRODUCTORY REPORT ON "ROLE OF NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS INSTITUTIONS ON THE PREVENTION AND RESOLUTION OF CONFLICT AND TENSION?"
    By Mr Marek Antoni NOWICKI, Ombudsperson of Kosovo
    English   French
  • Issues relating to reception and access of asylum seekers to the asylum procedure in Greece (Summary of report of 6 June 2002*)
    By Dr Nikolaos SitaropoulosLegal Research Officer, Greek National Commission for Human Rights
    English   French
  • Contribution on Theme 1: What can be the role of National Human Rights Institutions in the prevention and resolution of conflict and tension?
    By Ms Doris ANGST YILMAZ,Secretary General, Federal Commission against Racism, Switzerland
    English   French
  • Thème 2 :Droits des demandeurs d'asile
    Par Mme Catherine TEITGEN-COLLY, Professeur à l'Université Paris XI
    French
  • Theme 2: Rights of asylum seekers
    By Ms Suzanne EGAN,Irish Human Rights Commission
    English   French
  • Contribution on Theme 2: Rights of asylum seekers
    By Ms Boël SAMBUC, Vice-Chair, Federal Commission against Racism, Switzerland
    English   French
  • Contribution on theme 2: Rights of asylum seekers
    By Ms Katalin HARASZTI,Parliamentary Commissioner for Human Rights, Hungary
    English
  • Contribution on theme 3: Co-operation between national human rights institutions and between them and the Council of Europe and other international organisations
    By Ms Jenny E. GOLDSCHMIDTPresident of the Equal Treatment Commission of the Netherlands,Professor in Equality and Legal Pluralism at the University of Leiden
    English   French 

 

 

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