HUDOC-EXEC (based on the HUDOC-ECHR system), provides access to relevant information and documentation in all cases pending before the Committee of Ministers, as well as in cases closed by a final resolution, via a single unified interface. Searches can be made using a multitude of search criteria as State, date, status of execution, violation, theme etc.

 

 

 

Annual Reports on Implementation

The Committee of Ministers’ annual report presents the status of execution of the main judgments of the European Court of Human Rights by the member States of the Council of Europe. It also provides statistics and information on new cases, cases pending or closed during the year.

 

 

Committee of Ministers (CM)

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The Committee of Ministers is the Council of Europe’s statutory decision-making body. It is made up of the Ministers for Foreign Affairs of member States and their deputies. The CM monitors implementation of the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights. 

 

Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE)

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The parliamentarians who make up the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe  come from the national parliaments of the Council of Europe 47 member states. They meet four times a year to discuss topical issues and ask European governments to take initiatives and report back.

Reports of PACE rapporteurs on the implementation of judgments:

  • 9th Report on the Implementation of Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights, by Mr Pierre-Yves Le Borgn, 2017
  • 8th Report on the Implementation of Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights, by Mr Klaas de Vries, 2015
  • Report on the Implementation of Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights, Mr Christos Pourgourides, 2010
 
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PACE Resolutions and Recommendations relating to the implementation of judgments:

Other PACE publications:

 

Commissioner for Human Rights

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The Commissioner for Human Rights is an independent and impartial non-judicial institution established in 1999 by Council of Europe to promote awareness of and respect for human rights in the 47 Council of Europe member states.

Relevant publications include:

 

Venice Commission

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The European Commission for Democracy through Law - better known as the Venice Commission as it meets in Venice - is the Council of Europe's advisory body on constitutional matters.

Relevant publications include: