Monday 26 April 2021

Workshop on the Execution of the Court's Judgments

In the context of the German Presidency of the Council of Europe's Committee of Ministers, the German Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection, the Centre for Fundamental Rights at the Hertie School and Middlesex University, are organising a workshop this Friday 30 April, entitled 'Execution of the Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights: Taking stock and thinking forward'. This is what the workshop is about according to the organisers:

'This workshop brings together academics, government agents, members of national human rights institutions, Council of Europe staff, and the members of civil society, who work on the implementation of human rights judgments, to take stock of the challenges of implementing European Court of Human Rights judgments. It will focus in particular on the challenges posed by delayed execution, deficient execution, and resistance to execution. It will review the barriers to execution as well as the best practices for attaining execution, and investigate the ways in which the execution of human rights judgments can be made more effective domestically and at the level of the Council of Europe.'

The full programme is available and registration can be done here.