Webcasts of hearings
All the public hearings of the Court are all filmed and broadcast on the Court’s website. Hearings held in the morning can normally be viewed as of 2.30 p.m., while afternoon hearings are available at the end of the day, barring technical difficulties.
Thanks to the support provided by Ireland, all the Court’s public hearings since 2007 have been filmed and can be viewed in their entirety, with interpretation in French and English.
On account of the Covid-19 pandemic and until further notice, hearings are not open to the public and may be held by video-conference, by decision of the President of the Grand Chamber or the relevant Chamber.
H.F. and M.F. v. France and J.D. and A.D. v. France (nos. 24384/19 and 44234/20)
Webcasts by State
The interpretation of the Court’s public hearings serves to facilitate communication and does not constitute an authentic record of proceedings. Only the original speech is authentic. No liability shall be incurred by the interpreter in the exercise of his/her function.
- The webcasts of morning hearings will be available from 2.30pm the same day
- Some documents may only be available in one language