The main partners and beneficiaries of the Project are national training institutions (NTIs) and universities as well as legal professionals (judges, lawyers and prosecutors) from the beneficiary country.

The main aim is enhancing the capacity of legal professionals to apply the European Convention on Human Rights in their daily work, e.g. to enhance the capacities of national training institutions and universities to provide effective training on the implementation of the related instruments and case-law through HELP methodology and tools; to increase the knowledge and skills of legal and other professionals, as well as law students to effectively and coherently apply CoE legal requirements in their daily work and practice.

The following results are expected:

  • The HELP Network of national trainers, with representatives in most regions of the country, is well-established. National trainers are available to lead HELP distance courses and provide face-to-face learning to various groups of legal and non-legal professionals.
  • The HELP Human Rights training methodology is implemented at national level and existing HELP training materials are incorporated into the NTIs/BAs curricula.
  • HELP blended/distance learning courses, according to the needs of national partners, are developed, adapted, tested and made available to the NTIs/BAs.
  • The Council of Europe standards and legal instruments are introduced and incorporated into the universities’ curricula as an integral part of the Russian legal system.
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Russian version of the updated HELP Methodology guidebook now available

16 April 2021 Moscow

The Council of Europe Programme on Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) has recently developed an updated manual on the HELP methodology. It is now available in Russian. The HELP methodology is a structured approach (with steps and principles for implementation), in accordance...

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Roundtable on the launch of the HELP course on Prohibition of Ill-treatment in law-enforcement, security and other coercive contexts for a group of judges from Saint-Petersburg

11 February 2021 Moscow

On 11 February 2021, the team of the Council of Europe project HELP in the Russian Federation (III phase) jointly with the Northwest branch of Russian State University of Justice (RSUJ) organised a roundtable on the launch of the HELP course on Prohibition of Ill-treatment in law-enforcement,...

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Presentation and launch of the HELP course on Prohibition of Ill-treatment in law-enforcement, security and other coercive contexts for the group of judges from the Republic of Tatarstan

10 December 2020 Russian Federation

On 10 December 2020, the team of the Council of Europe project HELP in the Russian Federation (III phase) in co-operation with the Kazan branch of Russian State University of Justice organised an on-line presentation and pilot launch of the HELP course on Prohibition of Ill-treatment in...

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