18.2.21: Russian Lawyer Mari Davtyan participated in EHRAC's virtual expert roundtable on self-defence in contexts of domestic violence in September 2020.
14.12.20: EHRAC submitted Bashir Mutsolgov’s case to the UN’s Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances in 2020.
14.12.20: EHRAC submitted Adam Medov’s case to the UN’s Working Group on Enforced Disappearances in June 2020.
14.12.20: EHRAC submitted the case of Rashid Ozdoyev to the UN’s Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances in July 2020, and is also preparing to submit the case of Tamerlan Tsechoyev.
14.12.20: EHRAC submitted Timur Yandiev’s case to the UN’s Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances in December 2019.
30.11.20: EHRAC spoke to Russian lawyer Mari Davtyan about her work and recent participation in EHRAC’s virtual expert roundtable on litigating self-defence in a domestic violence context.
30.11.20: This briefing paper addresses some of the issues arising when litigating cases on behalf of women charged with harming their partners in self-defence.
Note on International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) report/roundtable on the state of the independence of the legal profession in Ukraine
16.11.20: The situation of the security and independence of lawyers in Ukraine, and the obstacles to represent clients on human rights claims, presents the sadly not uncommon disjuncture between high standards on paper, and serious concerns in reality.
23.10.20: Since our last update, we have won 15 cases at the European Court of Human Rights, relating to...
26.9.20: This booklet produced by EHRAC in English and translated into Russian, Georgian and Azerbaijani is a practical guide to preparing detailed witness statements.
15.9.20: Criminal conviction for publication of an article criticising Islam.
22.6.20: A case concerning the conviction of two men for organising “mass disorder” in a political rally at Bolotnaya Square in Moscow on 6 May 2012.