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02 April 2020

Activity Details (ID# 32281)  

 
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Title Translation and publication in Georgian language of relevant human rights materials on the European Convention of Human Rights and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights 
Description  
Status Completed 
Date 20/02/2011 - 30/06/2011 
Location Tbilisi, Georgia
Countries CoE Members: Georgia
  Bilateral
  Joint Programme Activity - Ill-treatment
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP Ill-treatment - Combating ill-treatment and impunity in South Caucasus, Moldova and Ukraine    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 3 - 2009/DGHL/JP/2052   Capacity-building and dissemination
Expected Result 3.3 - Impoved ability of selected pool of decision-makers to apply the European principles and criteria for effective investigation of the complaints of ill-treatment in their daily work. Wider dissemination of standards and recommendations on full observance of the rights of detainees and the concrete obligations of law enforcement officials in line with European and international standards is ensured.
 PoA
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Human Rights
Line of Action ⇒ I.2 – Promoting Human Rights
Programme ☆ I.2.3  Capacity building: awareness and training

Working Method

Publication 
Directorate (Service) Human Rights and Legal Affairs (Cooperation - Legal and Human Rights Capacity Building Department)
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Partners Contractor - Other
Last Modified 21/12/2011 


Activity Synopsis (ID# 32281) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) To provide for an access by key groups of legal professionals and decision-makers to European standards in national language and to use relevant and targeted human rights materials for their training on the ECHR and CPT standards and ECtHR case law. 
Output/Results The Country Report, the Guidelines entitled “European standards for the effective investigation of ill-treatment”, the brochure entitled “Rights of detainees and obligations of law enforcement officials: 11 key questions and answers”, the book entitled “Human Rights and Criminal Procedure: the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights'' by Jeremy McBride, and other training materials were published. 
Conclusions/Follow Up These publications have been distributed to a wide range of legal professionals and decision-makers in the course of training seminars, conferences, round-table discussions and series of expert meetings, as well as through distribution campaign. 
Participants Judges, prosecutors, lawyers, executive and law enforcement officials, human rights NGOs. 
Consultants/Experts International and national consultants. 
CoE Secretariat Project staff.
 
Total No. Participants 10 
Last Modified

21/12/2011 




 
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