Superior Courts Network
The overall aim of the SCN is to enrich dialogue and the implementation of the Convention.
The more concrete operational objective is to create a practical and useful means of exchanging relevant information on Convention case-law and related matters.
The President of the ECHR has entrusted the management of the SCN to the Jurisconsult of the ECHR.
- Introduction to the SCN to know more about the origin and activities of the network.
- The guiding principles of the SCN are set out in its Charter. The Operational Rules describe the functioning of the Network. They evolve in consultation with the member courts.
- SCN Annual Report outlines the activities and achievements of the SCN in the last year.
- Any further questions: Request Form
Forum of the SCN 201812/06/2018
On 8 June 2018 the Court held the second Focal Points Forum of the SCN (Superior Courts Network).
Representatives from 59 different courts from 33 countries met each other and their Registry counter parts (SCN Focal Points) for a one-day working session which includes the entry into force of Protocol No. 16 and its practical implementation, as well as an afternoon of discussions....
Message from President Raimondi
SCN Focal Points Forum 2018
The SCN Focal Points Forum took place on 8 June 2018 in the Human Rights Building of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
This was the second gathering of the SCN Focal Points, both from the national member courts and from the ECHR Registry. It provided its members with the opportunity to exchange and thereby further enhance the ongoing dialogue and consolidate cooperation.
The President, the Registrar, the Deputy Registrars and the Jurisconsult of the ECHR attended the Forum. The agenda comprised a presentation on the entry into force of Protocol No. 16 and its practical implementation, with the participation of Tim Eicke, ECHR judge elected in respect of the United Kingdom.