The kick-off meeting for the launch of the HELP course on Pre-trial investigation in the light of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) took place at the premises of the National Institute of Justice in Chisinau on 26 April 2017. The event was organized within the framework of the project “Support to criminal justice reforms in the Republic of Moldova”.
The course will be implemented for a group of 29 participants, composed mainly of judges and public prosecutors, but also including lawyers who provide state-guaranteed legal aid and representatives of the Ministry of Justice. The implementation of the course will be completed by 18 June 2017.
Moldova is the first country where the HELP course on Pre-trial investigation in light of the ECHR is piloted. The course is available in English to any user who will create an account in the HELP e-learning platform.
On the same day, the HELP course on the Admissibility criteria in applications submitted to the ECHR was launched for the second time in Moldova, at the initiative and in the premises of the Moldovan Union of Lawyers. The course will be implemented for a group of 28 participants. The group includes mostly lawyers - members of the Union, as well as members of the Constitutional Court registry and members of the Ombudsman’s staff.
The course is available in English to any user who has an account in the HELP e-learning platform. The course has already been implemented in Albania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, Montenegro, Moldova, the Russian Federation and Turkey.