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Our rights, our freedom
The European Convention of Human Rights is the first Council of Europe’s convention aiming at protecting human rights. Its ratification is a prerequisite for joining the Council of Europe. It was adopted in 1950 and entered into force in 1953.
Our rights, our freedom
The European Convention of Human Rights is the first Council of Europe’s convention aiming at protecting human rights. Its ratification is a prerequisite for joining the Council of Europe. It was adopted in 1950 and entered into force in 1953.



The European Convention on Human Rights
A film to mark the 60th anniversary of the European Convention on Human Rights, which was opened for signature by member states on 4 November 1950 in Rome. The Convention today upholds the human rights of 800 million Europeans in 47 states.
The European Convention on Human Rights
A film to mark the 60th anniversary of the European Convention on Human Rights, which was opened for signature by member states on 4 November 1950 in Rome. The Convention today upholds the human rights of 800 million Europeans in 47 states.

Moot Court Competition 2013
Europe's leading law students gathered in Strasbourg from February 24-28th 2013 to attend the first European Human Rights Moot Court Competition spoken in English. 16 teams from around Europe engaged in a debate over a fictitious human rights case, competing for a traineeship at the European Court of Human Rights along with various prizes. Organized by the European Law Student's Association (ELSA), the Moot Court Competition is intended to give students real-world law experience and to get youth involved in European human rights issues, a priority of the Council of Europe.
Moot Court Competition 2013
Europe's leading law students gathered in Strasbourg from February 24-28th 2013 to attend the first European Human Rights Moot Court Competition spoken in English. 16 teams from around Europe engaged in a debate over a fictitious human rights case, competing for a traineeship at the European Court of Human Rights along with various prizes. Organized by the European Law Student's Association (ELSA), the Moot Court Competition is intended to give students real-world law experience and to get youth involved in European human rights issues, a priority of the Council of Europe.