Human rights are the standards, which are supposed to guarantee safe and deferential life for every individual. For human rights being not only declaratory, but also to guarantee them in reality, countries have undertaken international liability to protect them. Thereby exactly the country must guarantee the observance and the protection of human rights. Civil and political rights mainly protect individuals from unjustified intervention of the state power in the life of a person. Economic and social rights guarantee that every person is ensured with conditions in which it is able to fulfil basic economic and social needs. In situations when country must have been liable for the human rights violations, but its national system of human rights protection has not been sufficient and effective enough, it is possible to address to international institutions, which are established exactly for this purpose, for example, to The European Court of Human Rights.
Human rights protection in the Republic of Latvia
In order to appeal to the European Court of Human Rights, the person must have first exhausted all of the human rights safeguards within the local country.
We provide expert opinions on procedural issues and how to avail oneself of human rights protection mechanisms, not only through international institutions but also in the Republic of Latvia.
We draw up constitutional appeals for the Constitutional court of the Republic of Latvia.
Filing up applications and representation in The European Court of Human Rights
The European Court of Human Rights is human rights protection institution of Council of Europe, mandated to examine complaints about violations of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.
We ensure that the complaint to the European Court of Human Rights adheres to the strict drafting regulations, so that the examination of the petition at the Court can be achieved.
We offer advice regarding the European Court of Human Rights and other international human rights protection options.