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The HELP course on Admissibility criteria in applications submitted to the European Court of Human Rights launched in Ukraine

Kyiv 22 February 2019
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The Ukrainian version of the HELP course on Admissibility criteria in applications submitted to the European Court of Human Rights was launched for a mixed group of Ukrainian lawyers and judges, who had previously been part of a human rights training course conducted by the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union.

The launch was organised under the Project "Enhancing implementation of the European human rights standards in Europe in Ukraine".

After the general HELP presentation, the participant to the launching event benefitted from content presentations on Admissibility criteria, provided by the two co-tutors of the course, both certified HELP national tutors. The content presentations were followed by a lively discussion from all participants and by interactive case-study sessions.

The course will be implemented over a period of 3 months, following which the successful participants will be certified and a course evaluation will be conducted.

The HELP course on Admissibility criteria in applications submitted to the European Court of Human Rights is one of the most demanded HELP courses for lawyers throughout Council of Europe member states. It is composed of 5 modules which cover the overview of the procedure before the European Court of Human Rights and the separate admissibility criteria (incompatibilities, anonymity, exhaustion of domestic remedies, six-month rule, application substantially the same, insignificant disadvantage and manifestly ill-founded). It is available in 13 languages in the HELP online platform.

HELP course launch in Kyiv on Admissibility criteria in applications submitted to the European Court of Human Rights. © Council of Europe


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