European Court of Human Rights finds Russia responsible for disappearance and presumed death of Ingush woman
15.10.20: The European Court of Human Rights ruled that Russia was responsible for the disappearance and presumed death of an Ingush woman who was abducted by state agents in North Ossetia in 2010.
13.10.20: The European Court of Human Rights today ruled that Russia unlawfully interfered with LGBT+ activists’ right to freedom of assembly after they were arrested and convicted for having taken part in a peaceful protest outside the State Duma against the introduction of a "homosexual propaganda” law in 2013.
Police raid on first ever Georgian LGBT organisation was abusive and discriminatory, rules European Court of Human Rights
8.10.20: The European Court of Human Rights today found that police ill-treated NGO staff and members of the LGBT community during a homophobic raid carried out on Georgia’s first ever LGBT organisation in 2009.