Title European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, as amended by Protocols Nos. 11 and 14
Publisher Council of Europe
Publication Date 4 November 1950
Topics Human rights and fundamental freedoms | Treaties / Agreements / Charters / Protocols / Conventions / Declarations
Citation / Document Symbol ETS 5
Reference Entry into force: 3 September 1953
Other Languages / Attachments French | Greek | Spanish
Cite as Council of Europe, European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, as amended by Protocols Nos. 11 and 14, 4 November 1950, ETS 5, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3ae6b3b04.html [accessed 9 December 2016]
Comments Declarations pursuant to articles 25 and 46 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms are no longer valid because Protocol 11, which entered into force on 1 November 1998, allows for the right of individual petition and compulsory jurisdiction of the Court for all the States Parties. See also: Protocol 1; Protocol 2 (Conferring Upon the European Court of Human Rights Competence to Give Advisory Opinions); Protocol 3 (Amending Articles 29, 30 and 34 of the Convention); Protocol 4 (Securing certain Rights and Freedoms other than those already included in the Convention and in the First Protocol thereto); Protocol 5 (Amending Articles 22 and 40 of the Convention); Protocol 6 (concerning the Abolition of Death Penalty); Protocol 7; Protocol 8; Protocol 9; Protocol 10; Protocol 11 (Restructuring the Control Machinery Established Thereby); Protocol 12 (on the Prohibition of Discrimination); Protocol 13 (on the Abolition of the Death Penalty in All Circumstances); Protocol 14 (Amending the Control System of the Convention); and Protocol 14bis.
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