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AMICALE OFFICE

President: Denis HUBER

Co-President: Nathalie VERNEAU

Vice-President: Ellen FOURNIER

Treasurer: Catherine GUERRERO

Executive Secretary: Renée MORITZ

Elected Members: Keltoum BELAID, Alla HEITZ, Janis SYMONS

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Fête du trône

Recalling Congress Recommendation 280 (2010) REV and Resolution 296 (2010) REV on the role of local and regional authorities in the implementation of human rights, adopted by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe;

 

Noting with concern the growing threats to democracy and human rights stemming from radicalization and a fragmentary social inclusion in European cities and regions, as outlined in the 2015 Report by the Secretary General of the Council of Europe on the “State of Democracy Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Europe”;

 

Confident that diversity is a fundamental characteristic of our society while its actual implementation continues to be a key challenge for authorities at all levels of governance;

 

Reaffirming the specific role that local and regional authorities have in responding to those challenges and particularly in the effective implementation of human rights and fundamental freedoms, which constitutes a duty directly related to their competences;

 

Convinced that good governance passes through local and regional representatives, and cannot exist without full respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms that together constitute the pillars of the diversity of our European society;


Amicale du conseil de l'europe

Recalling Congress Recommendation 280 (2010) REV and Resolution 296 (2010) REV on the role of local and regional authorities in the implementation of human rights, adopted by the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe;

 

Noting with concern the growing threats to democracy and human rights stemming from radicalization and a fragmentary social inclusion in European cities and regions, as outlined in the 2015 Report by the Secretary General of the Council of Europe on the “State of Democracy Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Europe”;