On 8 January 2016, the Legal Affairs and Human Rights Department of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, upon request by Mr Pierre-Yves Le Borgn’, Rapporteur on the implementation of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights, and in collaboration with the Human Rights Centre of the University of Essex, United Kingdom, published an information document compiling selected examples of the positive impact of the Convention within the States Parties.
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Strasbourg 13 April 2017
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Strasbourg 5 April 2017
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The Committee of Ministers reviews the implementation of judgments of the European Court of Human RightsStrasbourg 10 March 2017
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The Department's role is to assist and advise the Committee of Ministers in supervising the measures taken by the Respondent States to execute the final judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. When requested, the Department assists the States in their execution efforts.
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Impact of the European Convention on Human Rights: Parliamentary Assembly publishes a selection of examples of the impact of the Convention in States parties
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2016 was a year of interim stocktaking for the “Interlaken-Izmir-Brighton-Brussels” process which aims at ensuring the long-term effectiveness of the Convention system. This stocktaking is highly positive and demonstrates that many achievements were made, proving the reality of commitment made by the member States.
However, the full, effective and prompt execution of the Court’s judgments remains central to many important challenges for the system which need to be addressed.