5 Dec 2018
In December 2018, EHRAC filed its further submissions with the Court, arguing that Alayif’s disbarment is arbitrary and politically motivated, and aimed at curtailing his professional activities as a human rights lawyer.
4 Dec 2018
After years of anguish from not knowing what had happened to their loved ones, the families of 17 ‘disappeared’ men from the North Caucasus have finally received a measure of justice today, establishing that the Russian authorities were responsible for their abduction, detention and presumed deaths.
Russia responsible for “serious violation” in failing to effectively investigate and punish rape of Dagestani minor20 Nov 2018
The European Court found that the Russian authorities failed in its positive obligation to conduct an effective investigation into a young Dagestani woman's allegations of rape and to ensure adequate protection of her private life.
9 Nov 2018
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24 Oct 2018
When 21-year-old Bayram Mammadov and 22-year-old Giyas Ibrahimov sprayed graffiti on a statue of Azerbaijan’s former president, Heydar Aliyev, they may have expected a police warning or a fine. Instead, they found themselves arrested on trumped-up drugs charges, beaten and threatened until they confessed.
17 Oct 2018
The European Court of Human Rights found that Maskhud Makhloyev’s abduction was carried out by Russian State agents, that he could be presumed dead and that his death could be attributed to the State.
2 Oct 2018
The European Court found that Russian law enforcement authorities were responsible for the 2004 abduction, torture and resultant death of Rasul Tsakoyev.
25 Sep 2018
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that the dismissal of Anatoliy Denisov, a Kyiv judge and court president, was in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights.
20 Sep 2018
The European Court found that Intigam Aliyev's treatment by the Azerbaijani authorities was politically motivated, and aimed at silencing and punishing him for his human rights activism.
11 Sep 2018
Mobile phones, internet usage, social media, messaging, app stores and even dating services – legislation enacted in Russia over the last five years has ensured that users’ data is more easily accessible to state authorities. Is such surveillance compatible with human rights standards on individuals’ right to privacy?