Membership in international professional associations

Commission for Democracy through Law of the Council of Europe (Venice Commission)
The European Commission for Democracy through Law - better known as the Venice Commission - is the Council of Europe's advisory body on constitutional issues.
The role of the Venice Commission is to provide legal advice to member states and, in particular, to help states that want to align their legal and institutional structures with European standards and international experience in the field of democracy, human rights and the rule of law.
It helps ensure the expansion and consolidation of the common constitutional heritage, playing a unique role in conflict management and providing "emergency constitutional assistance" to states in transition.
The commission works in three areas:
• democratic institutions and fundamental rights,
• constitutional judiciary and regular judiciary i
• elections, referenda and political parties.
Members of the Venice Commission, in addition to all member states of the Council of Europe, are also some non-European states, and several non-European states have observer status. The Commission closely cooperates with the European Union, the OSCE and the Organization of American States.
Individual members of the Venice Commission are university professors of public and international law, judges of supreme and constitutional courts, members of national parliaments and a number of civil servants. They are appointed for four years by the member states, but they act in their individual capacity.
The member of the Venice Commission from the Republic of Serbia is Dr. Vladan Petrov, full professor at the Faculty of Law at the University of Belgrade.
The permanent secretariat of the Venice Commission is located in Strasbourg, France, at the headquarters of the Council of Europe. Its plenary sessions are held in Venice, Italy, four times a year (March, June, October and December).
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European Conference on Constitutional Courts

The Conference of European Constitutional Courts was set up in 1972 in Dubrovnik by the constitutional courts of Germany, Austria, Italy and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

The association currently numbers 40 European constitutional courts and other similar European institutions exercising constitutional jurisdiction. The Conference owes its existence to the intention of the Presidents of constitutional courts to organize regular specialized conferences with a view to sharing experience in the field of constitutional court practice and jurisprudence in a general European context and to maintaining regular contacts between the member courts/institutions, on the basis of mutual respect and with due regard to the principle of judicial independence.

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Association of French-speaking Constitutional Courts 

The association of Constitutional Courts sharing the use of French (ACCPUF) was created in 1997 at the initiative of the French Constitutional Council, in order to strengthen links between members of the French-speaking area. Called since May 2019, Association of French-speaking constitutional courts (ACCF), it today brings together 50 constitutional courts and equivalent institutions from Africa, Europe, America and Asia. The headquarters of the association is permanent and is located at the French Constitutional Council (ex officio member of the association) which houses the general secretariat of the association. 

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World Conference on Constitutional Justice

The World Conference on Constitutional Justice unites 121 Constitutional Courts and Councils and Supreme Courts in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia/Oceania and Europe. The World Conference has three organs, the General Assembly, the Bureau and the Secretariat. The World Conference pursues its objectives through the organisation of regular congresses, by participating in regional conferences and seminars, by sharing experiences and case-law and by offering good services to members on their request (Article 1.2 of the Statute). The main purpose of the World Conference is to facilitate judicial dialogue between constitutional judges on a global scale.

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