European Human Rights Law (in English)

European Human Rights Law is a specialized course aimed at deepening knowledge of regional human rights norms, standards and mechanisms, being based on international human rights law but having its own peculiarities.
The course focuses mainly on the Council of Europe’s human rights protection system and, in particular, the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms and its application by the European Court of Human Rights as one of the major mechanisms of human rights protection for Ukraine.
The course aims to provide basic understanding of the procedures of the European Court of Human Rights, the essence and content of specific rights contained in the Convention. In addition to theoretical knowledge, it also provides practical skills (e.g., how to read and summarize cases or how to draft an application to the European Court of Human Rights).

3 credits
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