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THE BRIGHTON DECLARATION by the Council of Europe on the Future of the European Court of Human Rights

The High Level Conference meeting at Brighton on 19 and 20 April 2012 at the initiative of the United Kingdom Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe (“the Conference”)declares as follows .. [the Brighton Declaration]

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 Save the European Court of Human Rights – Occupy the Brighton ECHR Conference 18

Save the European Court of Human Rights – a call out from Wallly George Normal to protest at the Brighton ECHR Conference at The Brighton Centre, 18-20 April
 
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Brighton Conference on the future of the Court

– A high level Conference on the future of the Court is organised by the United Kingdom in Brighton on 18-20 April 2012, during the British Chairmanship of the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. The Plenary Court has adopted a preliminary opinion for the preparation of the Conference.

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Amnesty International PRESS RELEASE:

Brighton declaration: States must be serious about European Court’s judgments instead of tampering with its independence

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THE GUARDIAN Draft Brighton declaration is a breath of fresh air

Despite Bratza’s concerns, UK’s watered-down reform proposals for Strasbourg are sensible
 
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THE TELEGRAPH We can’t reform the European Court of Human Rights, so let’s end this nonsense

The interminable Abu Qatada affair proves Britain needs to bring home the rule of law.