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Improving Conditions Related to Detention

  • The role of the ECHR, the Strasbourg court and national courts

Strasbourg, 25 February 2016 – 26 February 2016
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Event number:
316DT67

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Objective

This first seminar in a series of five over two years will analyse the roles of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), as well as that of national courts, in improving conditions related to detention post and pre-trial. Case law, ECHR articles, best practice, mutual trust and recognition of judicial decisions, the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) and the Framework Decision (FD) 829 (European Supervision Order) will be looked at.

Key topics

  • Overview of relevant ECHR articles
  • Case law of the European Court of Human Rights and national courts on issues related to detention
  • Issues related to pre-trial detention
  • Best judicial practice in improving matters related to detention
  • Mutual trust and mutual recognition of judicial decisions relating to detention amongst EU Member States: the effect of Council FDs 2008/909/JHA and 2008/947/JHA (mutual recognition of judgments, custodial sentences and probation decisions), 2009/829/JHA (European Supervision Order) and the 2014 European Commission report on their implementation, as well as the EAW

Who should attend?

Judges, prosecutors, lawyers in private practice, ministry officials and officials from prison administrations, the probation system and prison.

Participation

Registration fee: €100

Only accommodation for a maximum of two nights (24-26 February 2016) up to €125 per night will be reimbursed by ERA upon receipt of the original receipts and invoices after the seminar.
Please note that these rules do not apply to representatives of EU Institutions and Agencies and all residents of non-EU states who are supposed to cover their own accommodation.

Participants from Denmark and the United Kingdom will also not be eligible for reimbursement.

Participants are asked to book their own travel, which will not be reimbursed, and accommodation.


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Conference Organisers
ERA in partnership with the Council of Europe & "Europris"




Ramin Farinpour

Assistant:
Liz Klopocki

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Accommodation Strasbourg

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