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Turkey and the ECtHR: (In)effective Remedies from Strasbourg

Report of the Conference held on 5 March 2018

TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONFERENCE SPONSORS
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

  1. PANELISTS
  2. OPENING KEYNOTE AND INTRODUCTION
  3. PANEL I: “DOES THE COURT PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE REMEDY TO THE CITIZENS OF TURKEY IN APPLICATIONS CONCERNING THE EVENTS RELATING TO THE ATTEMPTED COUP AND THE SUBSEQUENT DECLARATION OF A STATE OF EMERGENCY?”
  4. RIZA TÜRMEN
  5. MICHAEL O’BOYLE
  6. BAŞAK ÇALI
  7. PANEL II: “SHOULD THE COURT ADOPT A DIFFERENT APPROACH, AND IF SO, WHAT
    SHOULD IT BE?”
  8. FRANCOISE HAMPSON
  9. QUESTION AND ANSWERS
  10. QUESTION ONE: FULFILMENT OF THE EXHAUSTION PRINCIPLE
  11. QUESTION TWO: RULE 39 INTERIM MEASURE APPLICABILITY
  12. QUESTION THREE: POSSIBILITY OF INTERSTATE CASES PARTICULARLY E.G. IN RELATION TO REFUGEES
  13. QUESTION FOUR: TURKISH LEGAL PROCEDURE
  14. QUESTION FIVE: TURKISH DISREGARD OF COURT JUDGEMENTS
  15. QUESTION SIX: LIKELIHOOD OF INTERSTATE CASES
  16. QUESTION SEVEN: PACE AND NGO MOBILIZATION
  17. QUESTION EIGHT: THE ECTHR’S ROLE IN ONGOING VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS
  18. QUESTION EIGHT: FOREIGN INVOLVEMENT AND ASSISTANCE
  19. CLOSING REMARKS: TONY FISHER
  20. ANNEX 1: POSTSCRIPT ON THE ALTAN AND ALPAY JUDGEMENTS

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