The research is devoted to the assessment of the positive obligations of the state stemming from Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights in the area of implementation of secret surveillance measures, with a particular focus on the issues of ensuring sufficient safeguards against the abuse of power.
The research is available in Armenian.
A number of issues of the labor legislation have been studied, respectively the problems have been identified and recommendations have been made. A particular importance has been assigned to the problems related to the exercise of labor rights, as well as judicial practice.
The content of the publication is available in Armenian.
The purpose of this study was to identify issues related to the implementation of the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights against Armenia in the cases where the Court found a violation of Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Within the scope of the research a number of judgments delivered in respect of Armenia were highlighted, general measures undertaken by the state, as well as relevant legislation, law enforcement practice, responses to the inquiries referred to the competent authorities have been studied and analyzed.
This summary is a recap of the report, which was the deliverable of the study. It lays down the main issues revealed by the study, as well as the proposed solutions. For those with an interest in the subject, this may provide an incentive, by way of a guideline, to peruse the full report.
Alongside the Law of the Republic of Armenia “On the Freedom of Information”, the experts of the program have examined anciliary sectors and legal acts, where access to information is of axial significance. In particular, this refers to the realms of state and official secrets, operational intelligence activity, archives, criminal litigation, personal data protection, procurement and public service.
The report identifies main issues revealed by the study, international standards and best practices in the respective fields. Based on this analysis the report proposes solutions and recommendations. Alongside the Law of the Republic of Armenia “On the Freedom of Information”, ancillary sectors and legal acts, where access to information is of axial significance have been examined.
The content of the report is available in Armenian.