In January 2010 a policy paper was published by the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy about the reformation of the European Court of Human Rights. The Centre reacted to the challenge presented by the Ministry of Justice along with certain non-governmental organisations, such as the League of Human Rights and the Ecological Legal Service. The Ministry of Justice called for a discussion regarding the possibilities of ECtHR's reformation. The first part of the policy paper deals with the current state and the reasons why the reformation is necessary. The second part proposes several reform ideas, and also comments on the ones already proposed at the Interlaken conference (this conference was supposed to discuss the ECtHR' s reformation in February 2010). You can read the policy paper here.