Inaugurated in 1965, the House of Human Rights hosted the European Court of Human Rights until 1995. Designed by the architect Bertrand Monnet, the building then became the Human Rights Library. Located in rue Sforza, the House of Human Rights was awarded the "20th Century Heritage" label in 2004, which has now become "Remarkable Contemporary Architecture" and is attributed to more than 1,500 buildings in France.
A podcast on Europe
We share a small discovery: the podcast Europe and Sentiment. Proposed by Laetitia Chabannes from Marseilles, it questions European identity through the intimate testimonies of Europeans. Each month its own episode! With 10 audio capsules, Europe et Sentiment has already recorded nearly 2000 listenings in 29 countries since its creation.