ECHRT launches its first courses.
In the first course on the European Court's judgment Othman v. United Kingdom (17 January 2012) the Court accepts diplomatic assurances to be sufficient guarantee that the applicant will not be subjected to a violation of Article 3 ECHR if deported to Jordan. For the first time the Court accepts that flagrant denial of the right to liberty in the country of destination in a deportation case could amount to a violation of Article 5. The Court elaborates its principles on flagrant denial of justice to be a violation of Article 6 ECHR if the applicant would be deported.
You can find this course in the navigation block at the left under Articles , 3, 5 or 6 and in 'Migration' under themes.
In the Grand Chamber judgment Raelian Movement v. Switzerland (13 July 2012) the Court had to decide for the first time on the impact of modern communication (internet) in a complaint about the prohibition of a poster by the Swiss authorities. You can find this course in the navigation block under Article 10.