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09.06.2016 The seminar ‘How to Defend the Rights in Strasbourg? From a Formulation of Violations up to a Filling an Application Form’ was held in Moscow on 5-6 June, 2016.

A special seminar for advocates and practicing lawyers ‘How to Defend the Rights in Strasbourg? From a Formulation of Violations up to a Filling an Application Form’ was held in Moscow on 5-6 June, 2016.

The seminar was attended by 31 participants, including advocates and practicing lawyers (from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Armavir, Barnaul, Vladimir, Voronezh, Kirov, Lipetsk, Novocheboksark, Nizhny Novgorod region, Saratov region, Sverdlovsk region, Simferopol, Tyumen), NGOs lawyers (Moscow, Nazran), representatives of the academic community (the Altai Academy of Economics and Law, Volga-Vyatka Institute, the branch of Kutafin Moscow State Law University, Kutafin Moscow State Law University, the Institute of legislation and comparative law under the Government of the Russian Federation, Nagoya State University (Japan)).

A team of experts in the field of litigation in the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) worked with the participants at the seminar: Anna Demeneva (Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Ural Federal University, Department of theory and history of international relations, an Advisor of the Ombudsman’s office in Sverdlovsk region) and Kirill Koroteev (Legal Director of the Human Rights center ‘Memorial’, responsible for litigation in the ECtHR).

At the seminar participants reviewed some successful strategies of defending human rights in Strasbourg.

A number of articles of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Freedoms (art. 3, 5, 6, 8) were analyzed at the seminar, which was helpful for both civil and criminal defense lawyers. Participants had an opportunity to discuss some specific cases.

The following questions were covered at the seminar:

• What are the admissibility criteria for bringing a complaint to the ECtHR?

• What are the specific requirements for legal argumentation in ECtHR?

• What typical mistakes in filing the application do applicants make and how can an applicant avoid them?

• What are the specifics of litigation in the ECtHR?

Find the information about upcoming seminars on the website of the Institute and its official page on Facebook www.facebook.com/ilppr

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Seminar was organized with support from the European Union

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