Fighting ill-treatment and impunity and enhancing the application of European Court of Human Rights case-law on national level in Montenegro
The main partners and beneficiaries of the Project are judges, prosecutors, lawyers, staff members of the Courts, the Chief Prosecutor’s Office and the Judicial Training Centre.
The main objective is to improve the capacity of the judiciary to apply the case law of the European Court of Human Rights on national level and to enable legal professionals to more effectively combat ill-treatment and impunity.
The following results are expected:
- strengthened capacity of the Judicial Training Centre to facilitate human rights trainings for legal professionals;
- judges and legal advisors of the national courts are able to better apply European human rights standards in their daily work;
- the institutional capacity of the Constitutional Court is enhanced towards better application of the ECtHR case law;
- strengthened capacity of the Judicial Training Centre to train legal professionals on fighting ill-treatment and impunity;
- legal professionals (judges, prosecutors and lawyers) and the CSO activists are able to address more effectively issues of ill-treatment and impunity in line with the European Convention on Human Rights and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights;
- public dialogue on prevention of torture and ill-treatment in places of deprivation of liberty is enhanced through increased engagement of the CSO sector.
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