Baroness Catherine Ashton: High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the European CommissionRecipients Letter to Juozas Bernatonis on Council conclusions on combating hate crimes (05/12/2013) Ahead of the JHA meeting on Friday 6 December, Amnesty International calls on the Council to take a strong stance against hate crime by adopting conclusions that commit the EU to strengthening its action on combating hate crime.
Juozas BernatonisRecipients Letter to Baroness Ashton: EU must act to end grave human rights violations in Central African Repub (27/11/2013) Today, the European Union is challenged to respond to the grave human rights crisis in the Central African Republic (CAR). Already ongoing for several decades, this humanitarian and human rights crisis has further degenerated since the Seleka offensive in December 2012.
Catherine Ashton, High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy
Nicolas Westcott, Managing Director for Africa, EEAS
Katharina Buse, Desk officer for the Central African Republic, EEAS
Thomas Wiersing, Head of Division, Central and Horn of Africa, EEAS
Jean-Pierre Reymondet-Commoy, Head of EU Delegation in the Central African Republic, EEAS
Kristalina Georgieva, European Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response
Andrea Koulaimah, Head of Unit, Central Africa, Sudan and South Sudan, DG ECHO
Patrick Lambrechts, Deputy Head of Unit, Central Africa, Sudan and South Sudan, DG ECHO
Sandra Descroix, Team Leader, Central Africa and Central African Republic, DG ECHO