Azerbaijani authorities required by European Court to account for violent police raids on LGBT+ community
17.4.19: In September 2017, over 80 LGBT+ people were arrested in Baku. Some claim they were tortured and severely ill-treated by the police. In March 2018, 25 individuals took their case to the European Court to hold the Azerbaijani authorities responsible for what happened.
26.3.19: Dr. Veronika Fikfak explores how the European Court awards non-pecuniary damages in judgments finding violations of the European Convention on Human Rights.
26.3.19: In 2006, severe diplomatic tensions between Russia and Georgia led to Georgians being subject to identity checks, arrested, detained and deported.