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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 4      2016/DG I/JP/3729   HF-Serbia - Supporting effective remedies and mutual legal assistance “SEMA” 650 000 
    (9 Activities) Narrative
    1. The reduction of systemic violations of human rights and the provision of effective domestic remedies is supported.

    2. Mutual legal assistance is strengthened
    1. Systemic human rights violations are analysed in detail and the reasons understood / degree of consideration of human rights standards in legislation and judicial practice / cases under the supervision of the Committee of Ministers / number of Applications from the Republic of Serbia for similar cases before the ECtHR / confirmation of “effectiveness” in ECtHR decision.

    2. Sustainability in educational and training programmes of the topic.
    1. Project report / evaluation reports; EU Progress Reports / reports by other relevant organisations / Committee of Ministers Reports / ECtHR statistics / ECtHR decisions.

    2. One Mutual legal assistance course is included into the initial and mandatory continuous training programme of the Judicial Academy.
    1. Political will and support from national authorities / commitment within the beneficiary institutions / substantive measures are taken by the authorities to enable the provision of domestic remedies.

    2. Commitment of the Judicial Academy.
    Expected Result 4.1 1.1. Enhanced co-operation and coordination between authorities and legal professionals on how to prevent systemic human rights violations and facilitate effective remedies.
    1.1. Number of meetings of the working group on domestic remedies for systemic human rights violations / needs-assessment on systemic human rights violations / number of meetings with the MoJ on effective domestic remedies /
    number of exchange meetings among legal professionals on elimination of systemic human rights violations.

    Reports and conclusions of the working group / report and project documentation / protocols of the meetings / protocols of the meetings.
    Political will and support from national authorities in relation to the proposed action.
    Expected Result 4.2 1.2. Strengthened capacity of the Judicial Academy to support legal professionals in addressing systemic human rights violations (including mutual legal assistance).
    Availability of thematic courses of the Judicial Academy /number of available human rights related training materials for legal professionals translated into Serbian / availability of manual on the ECtHR case-law harmonisation at the national level / availability of manual on effective investigation with reference to the Art. 3, 6, 8 and 14 of the ECHR.

    Training catalogue of the Judicial Academy / Judicial Academy library / project documentation.
    Continuous involvement and availability of the Judicial Academy / availability of experts.
    Expected Result 4.3 1.3. Reinforced capacities of legal professionals, judges, prosecutors, lawyers and legal assistants, to apply the provisions of the ECHR and the ECtHR case law.
    Number of legal professionals trained on European human rights standards / number of legal professionals reached with information on systemic human rights violations and potential effective remedies / public prosecutors are better informed on the application of the ECHR, in particular in the view of Article 6 §1 of the ECHR.

    Activity reports and attendance sheets.
    Willingness and means of legal professionals to participate in activities / continuous commitment of the Judicial Academy and other stakeholders.
    Expected Result 4.4 2.1. Enforced capacity of the Judicial Academy to train legal professionals on mutual legal assistance.
    Availability of topical courses in the Judicial Academy’s training catalogue.

    Training catalogue of the Judicial Academy.
    Continuous commitment of the Judicial Academy / availability of experts.

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