Published: 1 Jun 2012
EHRAC Bulletin Summer 2012
Issue 17 of the EHRAC Bulletin is now available online. Please click the link below to read the full issue.
In this issue of the EHRAC Bulletin, Dr. Clara Sandoval of the University of Essex discusses the remarkable approach to redress which has been developed by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, and asks what the European Court could learn. There are three articles focusing on Georgia: Sophio Japaridze of Interights considers whether lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people are protected against discrimination and hate crime in Georgia; Natia Katsitadze of the Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA) analyses the extent of implementation of the European Court’s judgment in Kiladze v Georgia; and Mariam Uberi weighs up the Georgian guardianship procedure against the requirements of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Also in this edition, Olga Tseitlina (EHRAC-Memorial HRC) considers recent Article 3 judgments regarding extradition to CIS countries, Siranush Sahakyan of ‘Protection of Rights without Borders’ discusses a landmark judgment concerning conscientious objection (Bayatyan v Armenia) and there is also a feature on our case relating to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict which was recently declared admissible by the Grand Chamber of the European Court (Sargsyan v Azerbaijan).