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European Convention on Human Rights Training for Lawyers


I am putting together some sessions on ECHR and how it impacts on how government organisations work. I know the legislation but am looking for suggestions about exercises that we could use or ideas to stop it getting dreary! any help greatfully recieved
Craig Mitchell

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  1. ECHR
    Hi Craig
    Within the wider context of equality training-from an employment or customer care perspective- I use various approaches,some of which you may already operate,viz

    a- YOU THE JURY EXERCISES-based on ECHR cases
    b-Equality proofing an imaginary organisations,scenario or systems and procedures from a ECHR perspective.Planning an event or situation which does not fall foul of the various articles can be very productive
    c-DEBATE -VEry topical just now with Labour saying they are minded to create a one stop shop HR Commission amalgamating existing equality agencies,COnservatives currently indicating intention to rein in HR ACt because of their “where there’s blame a claim culture” perspective
    d-INternational comparisons
    e-Predicting the future impact with use of local or regional demographics from 2001 Census,demo time bomb etc etc

    It need not be dreary!

    Good luck



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