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050  4 KJC5132|b.R424 2009 
245 00 Reforming the European Convention on Human Rights :|ba 
       work in progress : a compilation of publications and 
       documents relevant to the ongoing reform of the ECHR /
       |cprepared by the Steering Committee for Human Rights 
       (CDDH) 
246 1  |iFrench title on t.p. verso:|aRéforme de la Convention 
       européene des droits de l'homme 
260    Strasbourg :|bCouncil of Europe Pub. ;|a[Croton-on-Hudson,
       N.Y. :|bManhattan Pub. Co., U.S. sales agent],|cc2009 
300    718 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm 
500    "April 2009." 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 2  Proceedings. European ministerial conference on human 
       rights -- Reform of the European human rights system -- 
       The improvement of domestic remedies with particular 
       emphasis on cases of unreasonable length of proceedings --
       The European court of human rights : agenda for the 21st 
       century -- Future developments of the European court of 
       human rights in the light of the wise person's report -- 
       The role of supreme courts in the domestic implementation 
       of the European convention on human rights -- The role of 
       government agents in ensuring effective human rights 
       protection -- Towards stronger implementation of the 
       European convention on human rights at national level -- 
       Appendix I. Reports -- Appendix II. Impact of protocol no.
       14 -- Appendix III. Adopted texts 
520    The European ministerial conference on human rights, 
       meeting in Rome on the 50th anniversary of the Convention 
       for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental 
       Freedoms, emphasized two crucial elements: the 
       responsibility of member states, Parties to the Convention,
       to ensure constantly that their law and practice conform 
       to the Convention and to execute the judgments of the 
       European Court of Human Rights; and that urgent measures 
       be taken to assist the Court in carrying out its functions,
       given the ever increasing number of applications. An in-
       depth reflection should be started as soon as possible on 
       the various possibilities and options with a view to 
       ensuring the effectiveness of the Court in the light of 
       this new situation. The Rome conference has sparked 
       intensive work. Ever since January 2001, the 
       intergovernmental cooperation activities of the Steering 
       Committee for Human Rights (CDDH) of the Council of Europe
       have concentrated on developing normative instruments, of 
       which the most important has been Protocol No. 14 to the 
       Convention. This work has benefited greatly from high-
       level debates during a series of round-table discussions, 
       within working groups and at seminars organized mainly by 
       the successive presidencies of the Committee of Ministers.
       The present volume contains a record of this work.--
       Publisher's description 
630 00 Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and 
       Fundamental Freedoms|d(1950) 
650  0 Human rights|zEurope 
650  0 Civil rights|zEurope 
710 2  Council of Europe.|bSteering Committee for Human Rights 
710 2  Council of Europe 
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