Content tagged with Raising awareness
Resource | EHRAC Bulletin | 15 Oct 2019
It’s been a busy summer! We won 4 cases on behalf of 13 applicants...
EHRAC relies on digital evidence gathered using machine learning in a case on Russian military presence in eastern Ukraine before the European Court of Human Rights
EHRAC commissioned Forensic Architecture to gather and present evidence of Russian military presence in and around Ilovaisk in August 2014.
Resource | Submission | 14 Aug 2019
EHRAC compiled a list of Azerbaijani Human Rights lawyers who have been sanctioned, based on reports and information from partners.
Resource | EHRAC Bulletin | 4 Jul 2019
It’s been another busy and productive three months at EHRAC: we've litigated new cases, advocated for implementation of judgments, and trained our partners.
Resource | EHRAC Bulletin | 4 Apr 2019
We have had a busy and exciting start to 2019 which we are delighted to be able to share with you in our new online Bulletin and Blog, launched today.
Resource | Report | 19 Dec 2018 | By Vanessa Kogan
As a study by the Stichting Justice Initiative (SJI) has found, the practice of female genital mutilation is rife in Dagestan. Vanessa Kogan looks at the attitudes of men in areas where FGM is practised, and challenges the assumption that everyone in the local community supports FGM.
Resource | Report | 19 Dec 2018 | By Steve Goodrich
Transparency International UK’s Steve Goodrich explores how corrupt and repressive regimes in Russia, Azerbaijan and Bahrain seek influence and legitimacy amongst UK politicians. This calls into question the legitimacy of decisions made by parliamentarians.
Resource | Article | 19 Dec 2018 | By Olena Shevchenko
Olena Shevchenko (Insight, Ukraine) explains the difficulties she has faced in the last year as one of the most high-profile activists on issues of sexual orientation and gender identity or expression in Ukraine, particularly following the International Women’s Day march in Kyiv on 8 March.
Resource | Report | 19 Dec 2018 | By Giorgi Gogia
In August 2018, Human Rights Watch (HRW) published a report on Georgia’s zero-tolerance approach to drug consumption or possession, which has resulted in harsh punishments, with prison sentences for drug-related offences often significantly exceeding those for serious crimes.
Resource | EHRAC Bulletin | 19 Dec 2018
This is the 30th edition of the EHRAC Legal Bulletin, marking 15 years since its first publication. Throughout this time, we have aimed to provide timely, in-depth and engaging analysis of the latest legal developments in the former Soviet space, and from the European Court of Human Rights and Council of Europe. As a renewed commitment to this ambition, we are refreshing the Bulletin with a new online format.