The second session will focus on the non-implementation of judgments of the European Court of Human Rights in Moldova and will address how civil society organizations can become more engaged with the ECtHR implementation process at the national level. This training will also include breakout sessions, which will enable participants to get a further practical insight into the procedure which allows them to contribute to the implementation process, through “Rule 9” submissions to the Committee of Ministers.
For more information and free registration, see here.
Please note: The earlier notified training on Russia now has a prolonged deadline to apply (21 February). The actual sessions will take place on 13, 15 and 16 April in the afternoon. More information can be found here.
Both are free of charge and thus hopefully easily accessible to civil society organisations and human rights defenders.