“In 2018, 70.8 million people were forcibly displaced across the world, fleeing conflicts, human rights violations, persecution, natural disasters and the impacts of climate change - 29.4 million are refugees or asylum seekers. Today, we reaffirm our strong and long-standing commitment to protect the rights of the most vulnerable, those who are forced to flee and therefore leave their homes behind. Addressing forced displacement requires a global and inclusive partnership where solidarity and
The European Union and its Member States would like, in the framework of the Council of Europe, to register and welcome that the state of New Hampshire has recently abolished the death penalty, a decision taken through a two-third majority in both the State Senate and the House.
The re-run of the Turkish local elections, following the Turkish Supreme Election Council's decision, goes against the core aim of a democratic electoral process to ensure that the will people prevails.