25 years on: Azerbaijani and Armenian Governments have primary responsibility to address human rights violations from Nagorno-Karabakh conflict12 Dec 2017
The ECHR issued its long-awaited decisions on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, calling for a property restitution mechanism and for a political resolution.
12 Dec 2017
The ECHR ruled disclosure of sensitive medical information (e.g. HIV status) breaches government obligation to ensure right to respect for private life.
11 Dec 2017
EHRAC and 4 NGOs have made a joint statement on the November 2017 conference "2019 and Beyond: Taking Stock and Moving Forward from the Interlaken Process".
28 Nov 2017
The Grand Chamber of European Court of Human Rights reiterated that there were political motivations behind former Prime Minister and Interior Minister Vano Merabishvili’s extended pre-trial detention.
Azerbaijani opposition activist Dashgin Aghararli challenges Georgia’s denial of asylum at European Court23 Nov 2017
Azerbaijani activist Dashgin Aghararli has submitted an application to the European Court, challenging Georgia's decision not to grant him asylum.
European Court to rule whether Georgia’s detention and prosecution of former Prime Minister was politically motivated21 Nov 2017
On 28 November, the European Court will decide whether political motivations were behind Vano Merabishvili’s prosecution and pre-trial detention.
“They said that I’m not a human, that I am nothing. That I would be better off a terrorist, than a fag”16 Nov 2017
In July 2017, the Russian LGBT Network published a report into the persecution of LGBT people in Chechnya, after a joint investigation with Novaya Gazeta.
15 Nov 2017
A trans man, Mr D, is challenging Georgia’s refusal to change the gender marker in his official documents before the European Court of Human Rights.
European Court questions Russian authorities about killing of 25-year-old man in his home in Ingushetia2 Nov 2017
The European Court of Human Rights has initiated the examination of the case of Maxim Kuriyev, who was killed by the Ingushetia FSB in the home he shared with his mother, Layla Kuriyeva.
EHRAC and ICJ urge UN Special Rapporteurs to prevent disbarment of Azerbaijani human rights lawyer Yalchin Imanov25 Sep 2017
Yalchin Imanov is facing disciplinary proceedings and possible disbarment for publicising the torture reportedly endured by his client in prison.