Implementing ECHR judgments: annual report

Strasbourg 1 April 2020
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The Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers will publish its annual report for 2019 on the implementation of judgments from the European Court of Human Rights. The report will cover the latest overall trends in implementation as well as developments on specific issues. It will also include country-by-country statistics on new cases, pending cases and cases closed during the year.

More information - Contact: Andrew Cutting, tel. +32 485 21 72 02


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30 March, Strasbourg

In the framework of the Intercultural Cities Programme (ICC), a report will be published on the survey carried out in 2020 among its member cities.

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More information - Contact: Giuseppe Zaffuto, tel. +33 3 6 86 32 10 24

 

30 March, Strasbourg

The Council of Europe will publish a book on the representation of Roma in major European museum collections. This book focuses on the perception of Roma in Europe from the 15th to the 19th century through the works exhibited at the Louvre Museum.

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31 March, Strasbourg

The Council of Europe’s HELP programme (Human rights Education for Legal Professionals) will launch an updated “Introduction to the European Convention on Human Rights and the European Court of Human Rights”.

The 5-hour online course – which is aimed at legal professionals, public authorities, students and civil society organisations across Europe and beyond – will include a brand new module on the execution of judgments from the Strasbourg court. It will be available for free via the HELP online platform.

Contact: Andrew Cutting, tel. +32 485 21 72 02

 

31 March-5 April

On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Recommendation of the Committee of Ministers on measures to combat discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, a social media campaign will be launched using video clips, posts and interviews to take stock of the progress made by states in promoting equality for LGBTI people in Europe.

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The Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) will publish its 9th general report on its activities, covering the period from 1 January to 31 December 2019.

Contact: Andrew Cutting, tel. +32 485 21 72 02


Contacts Contacts

Council of Europe Media Relations Division:
 

pressunit@coe.int
 

+33 3 88 41 25 60