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Resource | Case Summary | 23 May 2017 | By Tatiana Stryzheuskaya
Angelica Bălșan, was subjected to physical assaults and threats from her husband on numerous occasions between 2007 and 2008.
Resource | Case Summary | 25 Jul 2017 | By Kia Kyhl
The applicant is a Portuguese woman, who in 1995 underwent surgery at the Central Lisbon Hospital for a gynaecological disease causing her pain.
Resource | Case Summary | 20 Jun 2017 | By Emil Sahakyan
The three applicants are gay rights activists, who were fined for holding demonstrations against laws banning the ‘promotion of homosexuality’ among minors.
Resource | Case Summary | 13 Jul 2017 | By Joyce Man
The three applicants lived in Tbilisi in close proximity to a thermal power plant. Experts found that it had not been repaired between 1986 and 1996.
Resource | Case Summary | 25 Jul 2017 | By Rehab Jaffer
Vyacheslav Yankovskiy was detained in April 2010 on suspicion of murder and injuring two people. He was certified as disabled in 2008.
Resource | Case Summary | 7 Mar 2017 | By Imogen Churchill
Mr Kh. was sentenced to 20 years’ in prison in far east Russia. His wife, Natalya Kibalo, requested his transfer to a nearer facility, but it was rejected.
Resource | Case Summary | 14 Mar 2017 | By Olga Grygorovska
Oleg Orlov, the chairman of Memorial Human Rights Centre, was abducted in Ingushetia in 2007 along with three REN-TV journalists.
Resource | Report | 1 Dec 2017 | By Victoria Kerr
Victoria Kerr (former EHRAC intern) summarises the first report of the UN’s Independent Expert on SOGI, and some of his key concerns.
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2017 | By Gema Fernández Rodríguez de Liévana
Gema Fernández analyses General Recommendation 35 from the UN CEDAW Committee, and analyses its vision for a world free from gender-based violence.
Resource | Article | 1 Dec 2017 | By Laurent Pech
Professor Laurent Pech examines how ‘capturing the courts’ is a key component of backsliding of the rule of law, which could lead to authoritarian rule.