Armenian LGBT+ club owner sues for justice at European Court of Human Rights over neo-Nazi arson attack
3.12.20: EHRAC has responded to the Armenian Government’s observations in a case concerning the firebombing of an LGBT+ venue in Yerevan in 2012.
EHRAC convenes first virtual expert roundtable on litigating self-defence in the context of domestic violence
30.11.20: EHRAC hosted its first virtual expert roundtable on 29 September 2020, bringing together eight female litigators from Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan to share experiences and discuss the challenges involved in litigating self-defence in the context of domestic violence.
Russian authorities unlawfully dispersed protests held in support of Bolotnaya Square accused, European Court rules
29.10.20: The European Court of Human Rights has found, in three separate judgments in October,[i] that Russia violated protestors’ freedom of assembly when police made arrests at public gatherings held in support of defendants accused in the Bolotnaya Square case.