Content tagged with South Ossetia
Resource | Article | 14 Jul 2016 | By Monica Ellena
Monica Ellena (a journalist in Tbilisi) tells the story of those living in the breakaway region of South Ossetia now, in light of the International Criminal Court’s decision to launch an investigation into crimes allegedly committed during the 2008 armed conflict.
Conference about the cases taken by GYLA and EHRAC to the European Court of Human Rights regarding Russia's responsibility in the August 2008 War.
Our litigation in Georgia began in 2006 in partnership with the Georgian Young Lawyers Association. We are currently litigating cases addressing violence against women, LGBTI+ rights, religious discrimination, politically-motivated proceedings, and conflict or interstate tensions with Russia. Discrimination Violence against women Across the world, women’s rights have been propelled into the headlines, in the wake of high-profile […]
Resource | Article | 1 Jun 2011 | By The Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights, Council of Europe
The Office of the Commissioner for Human Rights outlines his recent activities in Azerbaijan and Georgia
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2009 | By Furkat Tishaev
Furkat Tishaev looks at the merits of Georgian application to the ICJ under the CERD
Resource | Article | 1 Jun 2009
An outline of the progress in South Ossetia on humanitarian issues and human rights following the conflict
Resource | Article | 1 Jun 2009 | By Cornelius Wiesener
Cornelius Wiesener explores the complex legal issue of jurisdiction in light of the conflict in the South Caucasus
Resource | Article | 1 Jun 2008 | By Vakhtang Vakhtangidze
Vakhtang Vakhtangidze considers the problem of addressing human rights issues in Abkhazia in the context of a case currently pending before the ECtHR