Slovakia: Custody battle leads to human rights breach

A Slovak father has been awarded €15,000 by Strasbourg judges, who accepted that a child custody battle had led to a breach of his human rights.

Video: Love Not Hate – Portrait of Todi

Activist Todi, originally from Nigeria but now based in Cyprus, gives the background to her involvement in the No Hate Speech Movement.

New anti-human trafficking report on Poland

A new report reveals that Poland is making progress in tackling human trafficking but is not doing enough to stop labour exploitation

New anti-torture report on Spain

Anti-torture experts want Spain to put an end to its “incommunicado detention regime,” to protect criminal suspects from the “intrinsic potential for ill-treatment” but national authorities claim the measure is needed “in the context of the fight against terrorism.”

Azerbaijan: Court highlights serious shortcomings in criminal proceedings against opposition politician Ilgar Mammadov

Serious shortcomings in the criminal proceedings against Azerbaijani opposition politician, Ilgar Mammadov, are highlighted today in a Strasbourg court judgement.