Avocats européens démocrates (AED)
European Democratic Lawyers
Abogados Europeos Democraticos (AED)
Europäische Demokratische Anwälte (EDA)
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Oct 1987. Registered in accordance with French law, 4 July 1990.
Introduce a debate between lawyers of various countries in order to promote a democratic Europe, in particular concerning recourse to the debate towards litigation solutions, the respect of rights of defence and the harmonization of the statutes and practices of professional lawyers; guarantee independence of Bars and their members in any capacity, and in particular, the capacity of the State; defend and extend rights and prerogatives of defence, and in particular, of the physical integrity and the political, economic, social and individual freedom of lawyers at the international level; promote on behalf of citizens, notably the weakest or victims of infringements of human rights, the access to rights and to modern and humaine democratic justice; carry out action for respect of the essential rights and fundamental public and individual freedoms, in particular against any abuse of the Public Power and in any capacity; develop European, democratic juridic culture, notably by regular exchange of information, continuous study of subject of common interest and organization of joint working meetings.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes seminars, colloquia and international conferences. As an association, AED is a civil party together with other human rights associations in diverse trials. Members participate in international solidarity missions with lawyers from around the world.
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