On 6 April, the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana (FSS UL) and the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia organised a roundtable on the role of the Council of Europe in the new European and global architecture. The event marked the 30th anniversary of Slovenia’s membership in the Council of Europe and was held at the Faculty of Social Sciences in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The opening address was given by prof. dr. Iztok Prezelj, Dean of FSS UL, and Tanja Fajon, the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Republic of Slovenia. This was followed by a roundtable discussion with dr. Marko Bošnjak, Judge of the European Court of Human Rights; prof. dr. Petra Roter, Professor at FSS UL and President of the Council of Europe’s Advisory Committee on Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities; Matjaž Gruden, Director of Democratic Participation at the Council of Europe; dr. Neža Kogovšek Šalamon, Member of the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance; and Branko Soban, journalist, publicist and reporter on meetings of the Council of Europe. The debate was moderated by dr. Andraž Zidar, Head of the Diplomatic Academy at the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.