HELP Methodology Guidebook
The HELP Human Rights Training Methodology is a logical method under which the HELP Programme develops and implements its courses. The HELP methodology and courses are systematically used in Council of Europe capacity-building activities related to CoE and EU standards, organised in beneficiary countries. This methodology takes into account the specific needs of legal professionals and the heavy time pressure imposed on them in their daily work.
Women in the armed forces - Practical toolkit on the rights and freedoms of women servicepersons in Armenia
The aim of thsi manual, developed by the Directorate General Human Rights and Rule of Law, is to raise awareness on human rights and freedoms of women in the armed forces in Armenia.
Detention as a measure of restraint: justification for its application and extension
This handbook includes training materials developed by the Russian State University of Justice at the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation, with support from the Council of Europe. It is intended for legal discussion and practical application in order to prevent violations of Article 5 of the European Convention on Human Rights (“Right to liberty and security").
Effective Investigation of Ill-treatment: Guidelines on European Stand
An Introduction to the European Convention on Human Rights
This book illustrates the human rights protected by the European Convention on Human Rights (the right to life, prohibition of torture, freedom of thought, conscience and religion, freedom of expression, the right to marriage...). The author also sets the action of the European Court of Human Rights in the wider context of Council of Europe activities pursuing the same ideals.
The Council of Europe´s Consultative Council of European Prosecutors: concept, functioning and tasks
This Guide describes the activity, functions and tasks of the Council of Europe’s Consultative Council of European Prosecutors (CCPE) and includes a compilation of the opinions prepared by the CCPE with special reference to those more representative regarding the subject matter they regulate.
Assessment of the existing systems/mechanisms for evaluation and impact of human rights training / Recommended Methodologies and tools
The developed methodology aims to provide a ready-to-use, flexible, easily adaptable and user-friendly toolkit supporting regional judicial training institutes in their evaluation tasks. The methodology applies inter alia to evaluation of quality and impact of human rights training.