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New thematic factsheet - execution of ECHR judgments concerning conditions of detention

headline 22 June 2021

The Execution Department issued today a new thematic factsheet focusing on the execution of ECHR judgments concerning conditions of detention. Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights enjoins States to ensure that detainees be held in conditions which are compatible with respect for...

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Seminar on the effective implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights

14 June 2021

A Seminar on the “effective implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights - enhancing domestic dialogue and co-ordination” will take place on 15 June 2021 (10:00-17:30) by videoconference in the framework of the 94th meeting of the Steering Committee for Human Rights (CDDH)....

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The Committee of Ministers adopts new decisions on the implementation of the European Court's judgments

10 June 2021 Strasbourg

The latest decisions adopted on the implementation of judgments from the European Court of Human Rights have been published by the Committee of Ministers. During its 1406th Human Rights meeting, the Committee adopted 37 decisions concerning 16 member States. Four interim resolutions were adopted...

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Committee of Ministers urges Bulgaria to give high-level message on freedom of association of the United Macedonian Organisation Ilinden and similar associations 

10 June 2021 Strasbourg

During its Human Rights meeting of 7-9 June 2021, the Committee of Ministers examined the execution of the UMO Ilinden and Others group of judgments concerning the domestic courts’ unjustified refusals, between 1999 and 2015, to register associations whose aim was to achieve the recognition of...

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Execution by Ukraine of ECHR judgments

27 May 2021

On 26 and 27 May, the Execution Department held on-line training sessions on effective implementation of the Court’s judgments for the staff of the Ukrainian Government Agent’s Office. The training sessions covered a range of topics including the working methods and procedures of the Committee of...

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Legal gender recognition in North Macedonia

25 May 2021

On 25 May, the Execution Department took part in an inter-institutional online meeting on the implementation of the ECHR judgment concerning legal gender recognition in North Macedonia (X). In response to the European Court’s findings and in close cooperation with the civil society, the...

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Freedom of expression in Ukraine – Seminars for Judges and Journalists

30 April 2021

On 28 April, a seminar for judges and journalists was organised by the Execution Department, in cooperation with the National School of Judges of Ukraine in the context of the project “Legal Education in the field of freedom of expression in Ukraine”. Representatives of the judiciary and media...

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Guidance for NHRIs on implementation of ECHR judgments

26 April 2021

On 26 April, ENNHRI launched an interactive resource hub with guidance on the implementation of ECHR judgments, which was funded by DG1 and supported by the Execution Department. Its aim is to support and guide NHRIs in their efforts to enhance their work on the implementation of the ECHR...

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New thematic factsheet - execution of ECHR judgments concerning freedom of expression

21 April 2021

The Execution Department issued today a new thematic factsheet focusing on the execution of ECHR judgments concerning freedom of expression. As underlined by the European Court, freedom of expression is one of the primary conditions for the progress of a democratic society and for the development...

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Progress despite COVID in 2020, but further efforts are needed

Implementing ECHR judgments: Annual Report 2020

31 March 2020 Strasbourg

States across Europe are continuing to make progress on implementing judgments from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the latest annual report from the Council of Europe’s Committee of Ministers. However, further efforts are needed to tackle...

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