Case Summary | 16 Feb 2017 | By Kia Kyhl
The applicants were present at peaceful demonstrations demanding free and fair elections and democratic reform in Azerbaijan, but were arrested.
Case Summary | 7 Feb 2017 | By Aigerim Kamidola
The applicants in this group are from across Russia, and had planned public events of various sizes and for varying causes, many of which did not go ahead.
Case Summary | 2 Feb 2017 | By Emil Sahakyan
Aleksey Navalnyy, a political activist and an anti-corruption campaigner, was arrested during unauthorised public gatherings for variously disobeying lawful order of the police or breaching the established procedure for conducting public events.
Case Summary | 19 Jan 2017 | By Victoria Sarant
The 18 applicants were all domestic court judges in Ukraine. Proceedings were brought against them for alleged ‘breach of oath’.
Case Summary | 17 Jan 2017 | By Olga Grygorovska
Sultan Barakhoyev was taken to the police department where he was repeatedly insulted on account of his ethnicity, beaten, punched and kicked.
Case Summary | 20 Dec 2016 | By Aigerim Kamidola
Following a breakdown in diplomatic relations between Russia and Georgia in 2006, the applicants were expelled en masse from Russia.
Case Summary | 5 Jul 2016 | By Matthew Cuffe
This case was brought by applicants who had been affected by the conflict in the Donetsk region of Ukraine from the beginning of April 2014 onwards.
Case Summary | 5 Jul 2016 | By Eleanor Healy-Birt
This case provides useful guidance on unilateral declarations. Measures proposed in unilateral declarations often did not fully redress violations.
Case Summary | 14 Jun 2016 | By Emil Sahakyan
The applicant is Ivane Merabishvili, and is the former Georgian Prime Minister and the Secretary General of the opposition United National Movement Party.
Case Summary | 2 Jun 2016 | By Shona MacKay
Leyla Yunus (the first applicant) and Arif Yunus (the second applicant), are well-known human rights defenders in Azerbaijan.