Finalisation of the initiative: Towards practice how to use ECtHR case-law at domestic level
IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES OF THE JURIDICAL REFORM
PROMOTING HUMAN RIGHTS STANDARDS IN ALBANIA & KOSOVO
LAUNCHING EVENT OF THE LEGAL CLINIC
CANADIAN AMBASSADOR VISIT AT THE EUROPEAN CENTRE
MOOT COURT ECHR 2017
THE EUROPEAN STANDARDS FOR FREE ELECTIONS
ECHR Standards on Asylum
Moot Court ECHR - Albania II
THE REFORM OF THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM AS ONE OF THE 12 PRIORITIES FOR THE EU INTEGRATION

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  • Conclusion of the launching events for the application “Te Drejtat e Mia!”

    During February, the Centre concluded 3 launching events for the application “Të drejtat e mia!”, in Elbasan, Shkodra and Korça. The “Të Drejtat e Mia!” application is designed and produced within the framework of the project “Its On Us! – Empowering women in the social, economic and political life through innovation”, which the Centre is implementing

  • Finalisation of the initiative: Towards practice how to use ECtHR case-law at domestic level

    The European Centre with the support of the MATRA Regional Rule of Law Network finalized the initiative “Towards practice how to use ECtHR case-law at domestic level”. This project goal was to increase the efficiency of measures in understating and implementing the European Human Rights standards by domestic courts, throughout increasing the knowledge of the

  • “It’s on us! – Empowering women in the social, economic and political life through innovation”

    European Centre, in collaboration with Centre for European Development and Integration, with the financial support of Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, is implementing the project “It’s on us! – Empowering women in the social, economic and political life through innovation”. This project is being implemented in 6 municipalities: Shkodër, Malësi e Madhe, Lushnjë, Elbasan, Pogradec dhe

  NEWS

  • Reporting mechanism for cases of SEA

    The Centre would like to inform on the procedure for reporting cases of the Sexual Exploitation and Abuse where the personnel of the Centre is (allegedly) involved. In this regard, the following is of importance: Cases of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA) include cases of Sexual exploitation or cases of Abuse as per definitions included

  • Communication on Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

    In this Communication the Centre would like to express its adherence to the principles and values of the Prevention of the Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) as a mechanism preventing abuse and exploitation of vulnerable groups of beneficiaries within humanitarian assistance programs. The Centre will contribute with all possible steps to make sure that its

  • Finalisation of the initiative: Towards practice how to use ECtHR case-law at domestic level

    The European Centre with the support of the MATRA Regional Rule of Law Network finalized the initiative “Towards practice how to use ECtHR case-law at domestic level”. This project goal was to increase the efficiency of measures in understating and implementing the European Human Rights standards by domestic courts, throughout increasing the knowledge of the

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