Launch of the HUDOC case-law database in Georgian

20 December 2018

The European Union and the Council of Europe in cooperation with the Supreme Court of Georgia officially launched the Georgian interface of the HUDOC case-law database to mark its 20th anniversary. Cristian Urse, Head of the Council of Europe Office in Georgia, Mzia Todua, Acting Chief of...

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Handover Ceremony of the HELP certificates

17 December 2018

20 assistants to judges received their certificates of completion of the HELP (Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals) course on Reasoning of Criminal Judgments on 17 December. The participants completed a two-month intensive online course on Reasoning of Criminal Judgments which was a...

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Continuing series of trainings on the right to Freedom of Expression

A two-day workshop on the right to Freedom of Expression was held on 17-18 November with the involvement of international and national consultants, in co-operation with the High School of Justice. The workshop brought together 22 judges. The aim of the training was to familiarize participants...

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Familiarizing Judges with the most recent land mark case-law of the European Court of Human Rights

European Union and the Council of Europe, in co-operation with the Supreme Court of Georgia organized a workshop on most recent case-law of the European Court of Human Rights and national court practices involving 30 judges from all instances. Participants of the workshop, held on 30 November,...

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Fighting against Ill-treatment

Trainings on fight against ill-treatment for two groups of prosecutors involving national and international experts were held on 26-27 and 29-30 November. The aim of the training was to familiarize around 40 participants with the most recent case-law of the European Court of Human Rights’,...

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HELP course on Reasoning of Criminal Judgments Justice

The European Union and the Council of Europe in co-operation with the High School of Justice officially launched the online HELP course on Reasoning of Criminal Judgments Justice on 23 October in Tbilisi, Georgia. HELP course has been designed to address the needs of judges, who, in their...

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Freedom of Expression: the main topic of a two day-training

A two day workshop on the right to Freedom of Expression was held on 29-30 October involving international and national consultants in co-operation with the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia. The training brought together around 30 prosecutors and investigators being responsible for...

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Promoting European Convention of Human Rights among law students

The European Union (EU) and the Council of Europe (CoE) supported the organization of an International Law Moot Court Competition for the law students of Georgian Universities, by the Ministry of Justice. On 21-22 July 2018 semifinal and final rounds were held in the Kakheti region. 120 law...

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Training on Communication Standards with Persons with Disabilities for Prosecutors

12-13 July 2018

On 12-13 July 2018 the European Union (UE) and the Council of Europe (CoE), in co-operation with the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia, organized training for 35 prosecutors on Communication Standards with Persons with Disabilities (PWD). The aim of the training was to improve prosecutors’...

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Familiarizing Judges with the most recent land mark case-law of the European Court of Human Rights

4 -15 July 2018

On 14 -15 July 2018 the European Union (EU) and the Council of Europe (CoE), organized a two-day seminar for Georgian Judges. The seminar aimed at supporting judges to apply the latest case-law of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) in coherent way in national court decisions and providing...

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