The main objectives of the Action are:

  • Improving national mechanisms for the consistent application of the European Convention on Human Rights and case law of the European Court of Human Rights, as well as the national judicial practice;
  • Fostering the national implementation of European human rights standards, including the execution of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights.

The main stakeholders in the project are (in alphabetic order): Constitutional Court, Government Agent before the European Court of Human Rights, High Judicial Council, Judicial Academy, Law Faculty of the University of Belgrade, Ministry of European Integrations, Ministry of Justice, Republic Public Prosecutor’s Office, State Prosecutorial Council, Supreme Court of Cassation.

The following results are expected:

  • Reinforced capacity of legal professionals, including judges, prosecutors, lawyers and legal assistants, to apply the provisions of the European Convention on Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights case law and to adequately address human right violations identified by the European Court of Human Rights;
  • Strengthened case law departments in courts of all levels;
  • Secured horizontal dialogue between Serbian courts on contentious legal issues;
  • Strengthened mechanism for the execution of judgements of the European Court of Human Rights in relation to Serbia;
  • Strengthened office of the Government’s Agent before the European Court of Human Rights

 

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Regional human rights school-Human rights and new technologies

Law students from the region empowered to protect human rights from the pitfalls of digital transformation and use of artificial intelligence

11-14 APRIL 2022 Fruška Gora

How to balance between growing dependence on technology and pitfalls of digital transformation and use of artificial intelligence? What are the human rights implications brought by the technological development and risks arising from collecting and storing data, including personal and private...

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The working meetings for prosecutors in charge for the prosecutorial practice on interpretation and citation of the European Convention on Human Rights and case-law of the European Court of Human Rights

24-25 MARCH 2022 BELGRADE AND NOVI SAD

The working meetings for prosecutors in charge for the prosecutorial practice on adequate interpretation and citation of the European Convention on Human Rights and case-law of the European Court of Human Rights took place on 24 and 25 March in Belgrade and in Novi Sad. 45 deputy prosecutors and...

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Call for Tender – Deadline 21 January

05 JANUARY 2022 BELGRADE

Provision of IT services of development of the website of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Serbia and provision of IT services of development of the website of the State Attorney’s Office-Agency Department for the representation before the European Court of Human Rights, under the...

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