Spain: Duo fined for setting fire to royal photo awarded €14,000 after human rights breach

The case concerned the conviction of two Spanish nationals for setting fire to a photograph of the royal couple at a public demonstration held during the King’s official visit to Girona in September 2007.

Spain: Torching of royal couple photo complaint reaches court judgement

The case concerns the conviction in criminal proceedings of two Spanish nationals for setting fire to a photograph of the royal couple in 2007.

Turkey: Court set for judgement on Can Erzincan TV journalist’s pre-trial detention human rights complaint

The cases concern the pre-trial detention of two journalists following the attempted military coup of 15 July 2016.

United Kingdom: Court rejects complaint frpm Isaiah Haastrup’s father

The case concerned a 12-month-old baby, Isaiah Haastrup, who has been on hospital life-support since birth.

France: Court rejects lesbian couple joint parent recognition human rights challenge

Lesbian mothers of two children, born through medically assisted reproduction, who wanted to be legally recognised as jointly-responsible parents, have lost their human rights battle against France.