The Project: Support to the Judiciary in Serbia in the Implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights
Court President, judge Jelena Ivanović attended the ceremony Launching the Project “Support to the Judiciary in Serbia in the Implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights” on 22 November 2013, in the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade and has addressed to the participants supporting the Project of the Council of Europe.
The opening ceremony was addressed by welcoming message from H. E. Mr Nils Ragnar Kamsvag, Ambassador of the Royal Norwegian Embassy to Serbia, Mrs Antje Rothemund, Head of the Council of Europe Office in Belgrade, Mr Nikola Selaković, Minister of Justice and Public Administration, Judge Dragomir Milojević, President of the Supreme Court of Cassation, Judge Marija Draškić, Deputy President of the Consitutional Court, Mr Dragoljub Popović, Judge of the European Court of Human Rights elected in respect of Serbia, Mr Nenad Vujić, Director of the Judicial Academy, and other.
The basic Project objectives are to enhance the capacity of judges and judicial assistats with a view to ensuring the consistent implementation of the European Convention on Human Rights, and to harmonize the national case law through the consistent implementation of the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights.
Project is financed by the Kingdom of Norway, including numerous project partners such as: Constitutional Court, Supreme Court of Cassation, Administrative Court, Appelatte courts in Belgrade, Kragujevac, Niš and Novi Sad and Judicial Academy.
Administrative court judges, Ms Biljana Tamburkovski-Baković, Ms Gordana Dzakula, Ms Jasminka Vukašinović, Ms Milka Babić, Public Relations Officer and Ms Dragana Vasić, Advisor on International Cooperation, also participated in the ceremony.