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HF-I.3-HR   Ensuring Justice: Human Rights, including ECHR Case law
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24/05/2016 - 23/05/2019
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    Project Purpose 3      2016/DG I/JP/3728   HF-Montenegro - Fighting ill-treatment and impunity and enhancing the application of ECtHR case-law on national level “FILL” 700 000 
    (5 Activities) Narrative
    1. The capacity of the judiciary to apply the ECtHR case-law on national level is improved.

    2. Legal professionals are able to more effectively combat ill-treatment and impunity.
    1. Number and quality of references to the ECHR and the ECtHR case law in the judgments of the Constitutional Court and the regular courts / national courts’ application of the ECHR and the ECtHR case-law is analysed and a detailed plan of action on how to strengthen the application of the ECHR and the ECtHR case-law on national level is proposed / sustainability in educational and training programmes on the topic.

    2. Number and quality of torture and ill-treatment related complaints processed in line with European human rights standards / topical knowledge and skills of legal professionals.
     
    1. Statistics and annual reports provided by the beneficiaries /project report / Judicial Training Centre Programme.

    2. Feedback provided by the beneficiary institutions / project survey and evaluation reports.
     
    1. Full commitment of judicial representatives to alignment of courts’ practice with the ECtHR case law, particularly in the context of the EU integration process.

    2. Commitment within the beneficiary institutions.
     
    Expected Result 3.1 1.1. Strengthened capacity of the Judicial Training Centre (JTC) to facilitate human rights trainings for legal professionals.
    1.1. Assessment of the national courts’ application of the ECHR and the ECtHR case-law / availability of training materials on the right to trial within a reasonable time / number of available qualified trainers to conduct topical trainings for legal professionals / number of meetings on harmonisation of courts’ practice.

    1.1. Report and project documentation / training catalogue of the Judicial Training Centre / Judicial Training Centre’s register / reports and conclusions of the meetings.
     
    1.1. Continuous involvement of the Judicial Training Centre / national courts’ will and support in relation to the proposed action.
    Expected Result 3.2 1.2. Judges and legal advisors of the national courts are able to better apply European human rights standards in their daily work.
    1.2. Number of legal professionals trained with project’s assistance / number of legal professionals reached with the information on European human rights standards / number of exchange meetings between lawyers on best practices with regard to the implementation of the ECHR.

    1.2. Activity reports and attendance sheets.
     
    1.2. Willingness and means of legal professionals to participate in activities / continuous commitment of the Judicial Training Centre and other stakeholders.
    Expected Result 3.3 1.3. The institutional capacity of the Constitutional Court (CC) is enhanced towards better application of the ECtHR case law.
    1.3. Availability of analysis and publication of the Constitutional Court decisions /availability of the HR-based classification and filtering system on the Constitutional Court’s website / number of judges and advisors of the CC trained on the application of case law of the ECtHR.

    1.3. Report and project documentation / Constitutional Court website / activity reports and attendance sheets.
     
    1.3. Continuous involvement of the Constitutional Court / the Constitutional Court has adequate infrastructure for modification of the website.
    Expected Result 3.4 2.1. Strengthened capacity of the Judicial Training Centre (JTC) to train legal professionals on fighting ill-treatment and impunity.
    2.1. Availability of courses on prohibition of torture and inhuman treatment / number of available qualified trainers to conduct topical trainings for legal professionals.

    2.1. Training catalogue of the Judicial Training Centre / Judicial Training Centre’s register.
     
    2.1. Continuous involvement of the Judicial Training Centre / availability of experts.
    Expected Result 3.5 2.2. The legal professionals (judges, prosecutors and lawyers) and the CSO activists are able to address more effectively issues of ill-treatment and impunity in line with the ECHR and the ECtHR case-law.
    2.2. Number of judicial representatives and the CSO activists trained on prohibition of torture and inhuman treatment / number of judicial representatives and the CSO activists reached with the information on human rights and effective handling of ill-treatment cases.

    2.2. Activity reports and attendance sheets.
     
    2.2. Council of Europe’s CPT and Human Rights Commissioner’s reports are duly regarded by the national counterparts / willingness of legal professionals to acquire new knowledge and skills.
    Expected Result 3.6 2.3. Public dialogue on prevention of torture and ill-treatment in places of deprivation of liberty is enhanced through increased engagement of the CSO sector.
    2.3. Availability of grant schemes for the CSOs for conducting pilot monitoring visits / availability of needs-assessment on the improvement of the custody registry and its application / number of the
    CSO activists informed on how to conduct independent monitoring visits.

    2.3. CSO monitoring reports and surveys / report and project documentation / CSO monitoring reports and surveys.
     
    2.3. Continuous cooperation between the judicial institutions, lawyers and the CSO activists.



     
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