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Case-law Information Note

This monthly publication contains summaries of cases considered to be of particular interest and also provides news about the Court and Court publications.

Information Note 200 - October 2016 (provisional)

Information Note 200 (EPUB)

Information Note 200 (MOBI)

More info, Index & archived Notes

Overview of the Court’s case-law

This Overview highlights judgments and decisions which either raise new issues or important matters of general interest.

The Overview is available in PDF, EPUB, MOBI and printed version.

January-June 2016

More info & other formats

Admissibility guide

The Practical Guide on Admissibility Criteria describes the conditions of admissibility which an application to the Court must meet.

English

Pending translations

Other languages & more info

COURTalks-disCOURs

The COURTalks-disCOURs videos are geared to providing legal professionals, as well as civil society representatives, with an overview of the Court’s jurisprudence in different matters.

Videos, transcriptions & more info

This document explains where you can find the Court’s case-law on its website

Finding and understanding the case-law

Case-law guides

Article 4

Prohibition of slavery and forced labour:

English

French

Chinese

Russian

Article 6 (civil limb)

Article 6 (criminal limb)

Right to a fair trial (criminal limb):

English French Arabic Bulgarian Italian Russian Turkish

Article 7

No punishment without law:

English

French

Article 9

Freedom of thought, conscience and religion:

English

French

Article 15

Derogation in time of emergency

English

French

Article 2 of Protocol No. 1

Right to Education:

English

French

Article 3 of Protocol No.1

Right to free elections:

English

French

Article 4 of Protocol No. 4

Prohibition of collective expulsions of aliens:

English

French

Case-law research reports

These reports concern certain transversal themes, particular Convention provisions and the use of other international instruments in the Court’s case-law.

Publishers or organisations wishing to reproduce the Court's documents (or a translation thereof) in print or online are asked to contact publishing@echr.coe.int for further instructions.

Pending translations