The European Court of Human Rights is tasked with monitoring the states parties' compliance with their obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights. It has its seat in Strasbourg and is composed of the same number of judges as there are states parties to the European Convention on Human Rights, i.e. 46 (one judge per state party). Andreas Zünd, a Swiss national, has served as a judge on the European Court of Human Rights since January 2021.
The Swiss government is represented in the European Court of Justice by the International Human Rights Protection Unit of the Federal Office of Justice. Forms to file complaints with the court and an information sheet can be obtained from the Federal Office of Justice or the European Court of Justice.