LIECHTENSTEIN: Children's rights and the European human rights system

Summary: This report summarises the status of children's rights in Liechtenstein vis-a-vis European human rights mechanisms.

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European Court of Human Rights

Liechtenstein is a member of the Council of Europe and subject to the jurisdiction of the European Court of Human Rights, which issues decisions that are binding on all Council of Europe members. The Court maintains a searchable database of its case law (, and the Council of Europe's Theseus project also offers a database containing Court case law relevant to children's rights (

CRIN's case law database currently contains no decision of the European Court of Human Rights on Liechtenstein. If you are aware of any relevant cases, please contact CRIN at [email protected].

European Committee of Social Rights

Liechtenstein signed the European Social Charter on 09/10/1991. It has not yet signed nor ratified the Revised European Social Charter. 


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