“Access to justice for women” in relation to the right to peaceful enjoyment of property (Protocol 1 of the ECHR), is one of the 3 online courses of the Human Rights Education for Legal Professionals (HELP) adapted to the Albanian context and now opened to young professionals in the field of justice. With the support of the European Union and Council of Europe action “Supporting enforcement of judicial decisions and facilitating the execution of ECtHR judgements in Albania” online lectures were organised on 12, 17 and 18 June for about 200 students from Tirana University as well as legal and human rights practitioners.
The lectures aimed to disseminate and share good practices in the field and contribute to raising the standards of human rights observance among young generations of legal professionals.
The other HELP online courses include “The right to a fair trial in a criminal proceeding” (Article 6 of the ECHR) and “Right to respect for private and family life” (Article 8 of the ECHR) that can be accessed for free through the HELP e-learning platform.
The activity is organised in the framework of the Action “Supporting enforcement of the judicial decisions and facilitating the execution of ECtHR judgements in Albania” funded by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the Council of Europe in the framework of the programme Horizontal Facility for the Western Balkans and Turkey 2019-2022.