19th May, 2013.
But 'what is it' you ask?
This year will mark the sixtieth anniversary of the coming into force of the European Convention on Human Rights. For sixty years barristers have argued cases and carried these – what seem like – the most basic set of rights and fundamental freedoms in to court with them on behalf of companies, NGOs and individuals.
To mark the anniversary, Absolute Barrister is doing something a little fun. But what? Take a look at our teaser photo and see if you can work it out. [Video coming soon!]
Meanwhile if you want to know more about the ECHR, find it here, in 50 questions.
Curious? Want to know more about this photo? (We're not promising that we'll tell you anything you understand!)
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