STCE

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AcronymDefinition
STCESt. Charles East (High School; St Charles, IL)
STCESolar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence (Belgium)
STCEStates of the Council of Europe
STCEStatement of Terms and Conditions of Employment (UK)
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It is important to mention that these protocols are far from being ratified by all the Member States of the Council of Europe. (10)
The member states of the Council of Europe were pioneers in this area and recognised as early as 1952 (1) that organised civil society, now represented by the Conference of International Non-Governmental Organisations (cf statement by the Chair of the Committee of Ministers, 25 January 2010 (2)), can make a major contribution to states, regions and local authorities, as well as international organisations, especially during periods of confrontation or crisis, when dialogue is difficult.
The Cypriot MP called on the member states of the Council of Europe to rapidly improve the institutional educational framework where necessary.
The recommendation advised the member states of the Council of Europe to implement several policies.
On this matter, the MEPs will discuss secret detentions and the illegal transfer of detainees implicating member states of the Council of Europe. This debate follows the investigations led by a temporary committee at the Parliament and by the Council of Europe into the illegal detention of prisoners.
Members of CENL are the national librarians of the member states of the Council of Europe. The conference currently comprises 45 members from 43 countries.
Of the 46 Member States of the Council of Europe, there are 23 left to sign the Convention, including the UK and France, and all, including those already signed up, are yet to be ratified.
A number of member states of the Council of Europe began to publish reports of the Committee for the Prevention of Torture.
In view of such implementation, all member states of the Council of Europe who become parties to the convention will have to harmonize their national legislation on bioethics with the principles of the convention.
The European Court of Human Rights, established pursuant to the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, issues verdicts on the alleged violations of the citizens rights listed in the convention and the transnational disputes between the 47 member states of the Council of Europe. Estonia joined the Council of Europe on 14 May 1993.
Rather than inform Russia that our authorities would not cooperate, as all other member states of the Council of Europe had done, Cyprus chose to assist Browder's persecution.
It is a promising accomplishment, for example, when in a short period of time, Turkey dropped to third place from second in terms of the number of cases originating from member states of the Council of Europe.