As the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Turkey (CCT) carries out monitoring regarding its judgments to a limited extent and with reference to the lack of official information, academic study or any other information about the execution of the judgments, the project entitled “Enhancing Individual Application Procedure by Monitoring Turkish Constitutional Court Judgments” aims to monitor the execution of the judgments of the TCC and to provide recommendations for a monitoring method. In the first phase of the project, the judgments rendered by the CCT in first four years of the individual application process are identified and the level of the execution of those judgments by the judiciary and administrative bodies are determined. Along with the obtained data and problems identified, a set of recommendations for a monitoring method are provided for both CCT and relevant actors in this field. The results and recommendations are also shared with official bodies such as CCT, Committee on Human Rights Inquiry of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, Human Rights and Equality Institution of Turkey and Ombudsman Institution as well as academic institutions, scholars and human rights NGOs that have an expertise in the field of protection of human rights. The project is funded by the Dutch Consulate General in Istanbul.