Content tagged with Environmental rights
Resource | Case Summary | 29 Oct 2015 | By Olga Grygorovska
Ms. Gayeva was the widow of Mr. Lev Gayev, who participated in the cleanup operation at the industrial site of Mayak power plant and was exposed to radioactive emissions. Mr. Gayev died of cancer in 1985, aged 46, when Ms. Gayeva was 45 years old.
Nadezhda Kutepova, founder of the NGO Planet of Hopes, was recently forced to flee her home to live in Paris, where she now has asylum seeker status.
Resource | Case Summary | 15 Jan 2009
The applicant was called up to take part in emergency operations following the Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster from 1 October 1986 to 11 January 1987.
Resource | Case Summary | 3 Apr 2008
The applicants were four Ukrainian nationals resident in Kiev.
Resource | Article | 1 Jun 2007 | By Natasha Prilutskaya
Natasha Prilutskaya considers the Russian authorities' actions following the judgement in the case of Fadeyeva v Russia
Resource | Case Summary | 26 Sep 2006
Case Nos. 53157/99, 53247/99, 56850/00 and 53695/00 Judgment date: 26 September 2006 Facts The applicants in these cases lived in the same city as the applicant in Fadeyeva v Russia (No. 55723/00, 09.06.2005). In the latter, the Court found that the location of the applicant’s home, within the boundary of a sanitary security zone (SSZ) around […]
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2006
Following the judgment in the case of Fadeyeva v Russia becoming final, the Committee of Ministers has sent a list of questions to the Russian authorities to assist in their supervision of the execution of the judgment
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2005 | By Damelya Aitkhozhina
Damelya Aitkhozhina outlines the implications of the finding of an Article 8 violation in the case of Fadeyeva v Russia, concerning a family residing within the sanitary exclusion zone of the Severstal steel plant in Cherepovets
Resource | Case Summary | 9 Jun 2005
Case No. 55723/00 Judgment date: 9 June 2005 Facts Since 1982, the applicant and her family lived in the city of Cherepovets, a major steel-producing centre in Russia. Their council flat was situated within half a kilometre of a steel plant, now operated by Severstal PLC, Russia’s largest iron-smelting company. In 2000, the authorities confirmed […]