Reform of the European Court of Human Rights

www.coe.int/reformECHR

OPEN CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS

Further information

 

About the reform

History of the reform
Secretariat

 

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Plenary bodies

Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH)

Committee of Experts on the Reform of the Court (DH-GDR)
 

Drafting Groups on the Reform of the Court

GT-GDR-A

GT-GDR-B

GT-GDR-C

GT-GDR-D

GT-GDR-E
GT-GDR-F
GT-GDR-G

 

High level Conferences

Brighton, 18-20/04/2012

Declaration
Proceedings
Background documents

Izmir, 26-27/04/2011

Declaration
Proceedings
Background documents

Interlaken, 18-19/02/2010

Declaration
Proceedings
Preparatory contributions
Background documents

Longer-term future of the system of
the European Convention on Human Rights and
the European Court of Human Rights


Open call for information, proposals and views

 
The Council of Europeís Committee of experts on the reform of the European Court of Human Rights (DH-GDR) is holding an open call for information, proposals and views on the issue of the longer-term reform of the system of the European Convention on Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights.
 
This process follows on from the Brighton Declaration, adopted at a High-level conference in April 2012. It is intended to be open and inclusive, allowing questions to be raised and examined concerning all aspects of the Convention system and the Court.
 
The results of this work will eventually be included in a report of the Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH), to be submitted by 15 April 2015 to the Council of Europe Committee of Ministers.
 
A table presenting all of the contributions received can be found here
. Complete versions of all contributions, including submission forms, will be made available to the drafting group in advance of its first meeting on 19-21 March 2014.
Thank you again to all those who contributed.
 

 

Podcast: Opening of the public consultation on the future of the European Court
Podcast: Results of and follow-up to the public consultation on the future of the Court