Content tagged with 2010
Resource | Case Summary | 25 Nov 2010
Case No. 17321/06 Judgment date: 25 November 2010 The applicants lived in the village of Gekhi-Chu, Chechnya. On the evening of 6 February 2000, the village came under fire from Russian military forces. On 7 February military helicopters and planes fired missiles on the village. The applicants took shelter along with other neighbours in the first applicant’s basement. When the firing stopped Russian military […]
Resource | Case Summary | 2 Dec 2010
Case No. 27065/05 Judgment date: 2 December 2010 The 29 applicants were residents of Katyr-Yurt, Chechnya, when Chechen fighters captured it in February 2000. In response, the federal military assaulted the town using aviation bombs, missiles and other weaponry. The bombardment resulted in the death of 24 of the applicants’ relatives and injuries to some of the applicants. Between 2000 and 2001, an […]
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2010
An introduction to the All-Party Parliamentary Human Rights Group's report on the situation in Chechnya
Resource | Case Summary | 10 Jun 2010
Case No. 26966/06 Judgment date: 10 June 2010 Facts The applicant argued that her two sons were abducted by Russian security forces. In the early hours of 12 November 2002 a group of armed men in camouflage uniforms broke into the family home and took them away in armoured personnel carriers. She had no news […]
Resource | EHRAC Annual Report | 1 Dec 2010
EHRAC's 2010 Annual Report is now available online.
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2010 | By Elisabeth Lambert Abdelgawad
Elisabeth Lambert Abdelgawad highlights the need for states to take implementation seriously, and recommends a more coercive approach
Resource | EHRAC Bulletin | 1 Dec 2010
Issue 14 of the EHRAC Bulletin is now available online. Please click the link below to read the full issue. This edition of the Bulletin has a focus on redress and implementation – considering what range of remedies should be granted by international human rights mechanisms and how state authorities should respond to findings of human rights violations. Leyla Madatli (Media Rights Institute, Baku) […]
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2010 | By Sarah Giaziri
Sarah Giaziri outlines the ECtHR's approach to compensation for applicants in Chechen disappearance cases
Resource | Case Summary | 1 Mar 2010
Eight Greek-Cypriot applicants claimed that since 1974 they had been deprived of their property rights because of the occupation of Northern Cyprus by...
Resource | Case Summary | 27 Apr 2010
When the territory of Moldova became part of the Soviet Union, the Soviet authorities recorded each individual’s ethnic identity.