Training resource | 26 Feb 2018 | By Ramute Remezaite and Jack Dahlsen
EHRAC Legal Consultant Ramute Remezaite and Intern Jack Dahlsen explain what infringement proceedings are, and why it is significant that they have been initiated against Azerbaijan.
Training resource | 12 Jul 2017
The Court has found Russian State agents responsible for indiscriminate bombing, extra-judicial killings, enforced disappearances and abductions in the North Caucasus in over 250 cases.
Training resource | 2 Jul 2013
Protocol 15 provides for five amendments to the European Convention on Human Rights (the Convention). A number of these, discussed below, represent a significant and controversial development, reflecting the current political climate and other pressures on the European Court of Human Rights (the Court). Protocol 15 was opened for signature on 24 June 2013. It […]
Training resource | 1 Jan 2008
This booklet produced by EHRAC in English and translated into Russian and Georgian is a practical guide to preparing detailed witness statements.
Training resource | 1 Jan 2006
This manual is a practical reference work to European Court litigation with a particular focus on Russian issues. It includes the Russian translation of four chapters from Philip Leach’s book Taking a Case to the European Court of Human Rights (2nd Edition, OUP, 2005) and specially written chapters by Russia specialists on domestic litigation with […]
Training resource | 24 Feb 2005
This book is a Russian translation of the judgments in the first six Chechen cases at the European Court and is a useful resource for lawyers, judges, NGOs and universities in Russia, particularly in the North Caucasus region. It was published as a joint initiative between EHRAC, Memorial, the Stichting Russian Justice Initiative and the […]