The Advisory Committee understands the monitoring of the Framework Convention as an open-ended process where each cycle builds on the previous one. Follow-up activities are an integral part of the monitoring cycles.
Follow-up meetings provide a platform for dialogue between the Advisory Committee and a multitude of stakeholders in the State Party concerned. They offer an opportunity to discuss recommendations and to identify the most efficient ways of practically implementing them and for the Advisory Committee to share good practices from its monitoring work. Follow-up meetings can also where necessary be an opportunity for the Advisory Committee to clarify its position and for the national authorities to report progress already achieved in the implementation of the recommendations. Finally, follow-up meetings can serve to raise awareness about the principles and the provisions of the Framework Convention and the functioning of its monitoring mechanism, including the possibility to provide the Advisory Committee with shadow reports.
National level: Representatives of all relevant national, regional and local authorities concerned with the implementation of the recommendations; political decision-makers such as members of parliament; representatives of national minorities including young people and practitioners (e.g. teachers, journalists) and ensuring a gender balance where possible; ombudspersons and/or equality bodies; relevant civil society organisations; researchers; national ACFC member if applicable.
Council of Europe: Usually, one ACFC member and one Secretariat member participate. The participation of more than one ACFC member is possible if the budgetary situation allows, for instance in hybrid or video meetings. If possible, the ACFC member is chosen among the members of the working group that prepared the last opinion. If all working group members have left the current ACFC composition, a returning additional member can participate, possibly accompanied by a member of the current composition.
- Slovenia 28-29 November 2022 Programme
- Norway 24 November 2022 Programme
- Croatia 23 May 2022 Programme (also available in Croatian) and meeting report
- Czech Republic 21 April 2022 Programme
- Ireland 7 December 2021 Programme and meeting report
- Poland 8 October 2021 Programme
- Serbia 16 June 2021 Programme
- Lithuania 17 November 2020 (videoconference meeting) Programme
- Portugal 29 September 2020 Programme, List of Participants, Minutes (Programme, List of Participants, Minutes in Portuguese)
- Switzerland 27 November 2019 Programme in French, German, Italian and Romansh (not available in English). Website in French, German and Italian.
- Bosnia and Herzegovina 12 April 2019 Programme
- Finland 11 December 2018 Programme
- Sweden 13 November 2018 Programme
- Slovak Republic 4-5 December 2017 Programme (in Slovak)
- Albania 8 February 2017 Programme
- Czech Republic 9 December 2013 Programme
- Switzerland 9 December 2013 Programme in German, Italian and Romansh (not available in English)
- Sweden 11 April 2013 Programme (Programme in Swedish)
- Armenia 12 June 2012 Programme
- Slovenia 11-12 May 2011 Programme [joint meeting with the Language Charter ECRML] (not available)
- Germany 26-27 April 2012 Programme [joint meeting with the Language Charter ECRML] (in German)
- Croatia 20 April 2012 Programme
- Slovak Republic 22-23 February 2012 Programme
- Norway 31 October - 1 November 2011 Programme
- Republic of Moldova 29 November 2010 Programme
- Miscellaneous: UNMIK/Kosovo16 December 2013 Programme
- Montenegro 7 February 2017 Programme
- Lithuania 20 April 2012 Programme
- Bosnia and Herzegovina 16-17 June 2011 Programme
- Ireland 11 November 2010 Programme
- Albania 1 July 2010 Programme (Programme in Albanian)
- Sweden 5-6 February 2009 Programme
- "The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia" 26 January 2009 Programme and presentation
- Germany 27 November 2008 Programme (in German)
- Slovenia 21 October 2008 Programme
- Norway 17 June 2008 Programme