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High-level conference in the UK to consider the future of the European Court of Human Rights

Brighton - Ministers and senior representatives from the Council of Europe's member states gather in Brighton from 18 to 20 April to discuss possible reforms to the European Court of Human Rights.

The conference will be formally opened on Thursday morning (19 April) by the The UK Justice Secretary and Lord Chancellor, The Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke MP and followed by opening remarks from General of the Council of Europe, Thorbjorn Jagland, the President of the Council of Europe’s Parliamentary Assembly, Jean-Claude Mignon, and the President of the European Court of Human Rights, Sir Nicolas Bratza and others.

A key theme of the on-going reform process is promotion of better implementation of the European Convention on Human rights at the national level and it will be discussed at the conference.