In the course of this year, the registry of the European Court of Human Rights has published a number of so-called 'research reports' online. In the form of succinct handbooks they provide analytical information on the Court's case-law on a (sofar) restricted number of themes:
* Internet: case-law of the Court
* Child sexual abuse and child pornography in the Court's case-law
* Use of Council of Europe treaties in the case-law of the Court
* The role of the public prosecutor
* The freedom of religion (in French)
* Cultural rights
A very useful starting point for researchers and for possible litigants.