European Convention on Human Rights and Criminal Proceedings Training

Three men and one women sitting at the presentation panel tableThe U.S. Embassy Podgorica INL Section, in cooperation with Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM), the Conrad Adenauer Stiftung, and the Center for Training in Judiciary and State Prosecution supported another training for young lawyers, legal advisors and interns working in the courts and prosecution offices. The subject of this year’s training, which is taking place in Budva, February 6-8, 2017, is “European Convention on Human Rights and Criminal Proceedings”.


In his opening remarks, RLA Larson expressed the importance of enthusiasm the young employees in the area of judiciary bring to their work, and how important it is to educate the personnel that in the future will make decisions on other people’s rights and obligations before the law.

This event represents another example of continuing efforts of the U.S. Embassy in assisting the ongoing rule of law reform in Montenegro.

Training session with all participants sitting around a square table