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Council of Europe hosts a conference on execution of European Court of Human Rights judgments

On 22 March 2024, the Council of Europe organized a conference focusing on the execution of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. The event highlighted the crucial role of the parliamentary oversight mechanism in fostering an effective implementation of the ECtHR judgments.

The conference sessions provided a wealth of knowledge and perspective, facilitating discussions on the challenges and opportunities related to the national execution of the European Court’s judgments. National stakeholders, including representatives from the Parliament, Ministry of Justice, Public Defender’s Office as well as the representatives of the civil society organizations, shared invaluable insights, enriching the discourse with their diverse perspectives.

The conference also benefited from the contributions of distinguished representatives from the United Kingdom Parliament and the Secretariat of the Council of Europe Department for the Execution of the European Court’s Judgments. Their participation fostered a deeper understanding of the complexities involved in executing ECtHR judgments and role of the national parliaments in ensuring a prompt execution of the Court’s judgments. 

The conference also marked official launch of the new Council of Europe Project on “Reinforcing Execution of the European Court’s Judgments by Georgia.” This project will focus on equipping the relevant stakeholders in Georgia with the necessary tools, resources and expertise to ensure full compliance with ECtHR decisions.


The Project is implemented within the framework of the Council of Europe Action Plan for Georgia 2024-2027.

Tbilisi, Georgia 22 March 2024
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