Defending theHuman Rightto a Fair Trial
The excessive use of pre-trial detention is becoming a growing area of concern. Regional human rights standards set the parameters of when pre-trial detention is justified and recent legal changes have given practitioners a right to the information they need to challenge detention on remand.
This course will highlight the important role lawyers can play in the decision-making process on pre-trial detention. It will provide an overview of international standards and show how this can be used in practice in day-to-day cases.
You can register for access to this course here. Once registered you will be asked to log in, after which you will be automatically redirected to the training course.
The site will remember how far you got, provided you mark a section as completed, so you’ll be able to return to it.
This training was developed in conjunction with Fair Trials’ Legal Experts Advisory Panel (LEAP) with the financial support of the Justice Programme of the European Commission.
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