Content tagged with 2015
Resource | Case Summary | 13 Jan 2020
Five career civil servants dismissed under Ukraine's Government Cleansing (Lustration) Act 2014 had their right to private and family life breached.
Resource | Case Summary | 2 Oct 2019 | By Tom Kiernan
No judge bias or other breach of fair trial guarantees were found in a shareholder dispute over the ownership of the Rustavi 2 Broadcasting Company.
Resource | Case Summary | 4 Dec 2015 | By Emil Sahakyan
In December 2003, Roman Zakharov, journalist and the chairperson of a branch of the Glasnost Defense Foundation, brought judicial proceedings against three mobile telephone operators, complaining of the violation of his right to privacy of his telephone communications.
Resource | Case Summary | 29 Oct 2015 | By Olga Grygorovska
Ms. Gayeva was the widow of Mr. Lev Gayev, who participated in the cleanup operation at the industrial site of Mayak power plant and was exposed to radioactive emissions. Mr. Gayev died of cancer in 1985, aged 46, when Ms. Gayeva was 45 years old.
Resource | Case Summary | 15 Oct 2015 | By Cornelia Klocker
Taisa Abakarova, lived with her family in Zakan-Yurt, a village in the Achkhoy-Martan district of Chechnya. During the Second Chechen War, on 1 February 2000, insurgent fighters entered Zakan-Yurt and the area was subjected to Russian airstrikes.
Resource | Case Summary | 13 Jul 2015 | By Anahit Simonyan
X was raped by her future husband at a party. She married him because of societal pressure in Georgia which prizes women’s virginity as a significant precondition for marriage.
Resource | EHRAC Annual Report | 31 Dec 2015
2015 marked a significant anniversary for EHRAC – it is ten years since, working with Memorial, we won our first cases before the European Court.
Resource | Report | 8 Mar 2016 | By Kate Levine
The UN CEDAW Committee recently adopted its decision in the case of X and Y v Georgia, the first ever decision from an international body relating to domestic violence in Georgia.
Prof. Philip Leach & Dr. Alice Donald discuss Russia's new law allowing the Constitutional Court to declare rulings of international bodies ‘impossible to implement’.
Resource | Submission | 17 Dec 2015
EHRAC has been involved in the debate surrounding the implementation of the European Court judgments and amendments to the Rules of Court.