CHARTERWISE – Making the EU Charter a leading human rights litigation tool in Hungary (2023-2024)
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The CharterWise project by the Hungarian Helsinki Committee and the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union aims at bringing the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights from the attention periphery of the legal profession to the centre of the human rights litigation scene in Hungary.
The project will
- empower CSO representatives through blended learning and a strategy-building retreat
- elaborate and pilot a sustainable model training curriculum for attorneys, and train attorneys around the country
- elaborate and pilot a versatile academic curriculum on the Charter in cooperation with Hungarian law schools, completed with a public research paper writing competition for law students
- target the wider legal profession, active citizens and potential victims in Hungary through awareness-raising campaigns
The project runs from January 2023 through November 2024.
This project is funded by the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values (CERV) programme of the European Union.