3 Aug 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.
25 Jul 2017
The European Court held Russian authorities failed to provide an insulin-dependent diabetic with adequate medical care while in pre-trial detention.
24 Jul 2017
2016 was in many ways a troubling year for the human rights community, but it is important to recognise positive trends too, and certainly EHRAC achieved a lot within the space of one year.
13 Jul 2017
Two Tbilisi residents achieved a victory before the European Court of Human Rights, which ruled that the Georgian Government was responsible for harmful air pollution emitted by a power plant just four metres from their apartment block.
28 Jun 2017
Four prominent independent or opposition news websites are challenging the Government’s and courts’ decision to block access to them in Azerbaijan.
23 Jun 2017
Internationally acclaimed investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova challenges the travel ban imposed on her by the Azerbaijani Government at the European Court.
12 Jun 2017
EHRAC filed a request with INTERPOL to inquire about alerts against Leyla and Arif Yunus by the Azerbaijani Government, which could lead to their arrest.
European Court to consider Azerbaijan’s responsibility in the murder of critical journalist Rafig Tagi7 Jun 2017
Mr Tagi was a well-known critic of the influence of Iran and Islam on Azerbaijan and had been threatened and imprisoned for his writings in the past, prior to his death in 2011.
5 Jun 2017
The landmark 2010 case of Klaus and Yuri Kiladze v Georgia paved the way for many thousands of Georgian victims of Soviet repression to seek compensation.
1 Jun 2017
EHRAC and Memorial are litigating several cases on Russia's tightening restrictions on peaceful protest, and their repercussions for protesters.