Ukraine: Cemetery water poisoning row reaches Strasbourg court conclusion

A human rights row over a graveyard, which a Ukrainian resident claims damaged the local water supply, will be decided on Thursday.

Belgium: Court to rule on terror suspect’s US extradition human rights complaint

Later this week, judges will announce their ruling on a complaint against Belgium, amid claims that it flouted human rights law and extradited a Tunisian terror suspect to the United States.

Bulgaria: National minorities report highlights deteriorating climate of inter-ethnic tolerance

“The overall climate as regards interethnic tolerance in Bulgaria has deteriorated,” states the 5 August report published by the Advisory Committee on the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (FCNM). “Racism has become increasingly widespread in political discourse and the media and extremist political parties have proliferated.”

2014 review of the LGBTIQ fight against discrimination

This multimedia presentation outlines key developments in the progress of the organisation’s campaign against homophobia and transphobia and its efforts to draw attention to the discrimination, violence and exclusion faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer people.

2014 review of Strasbourg justice

Multimedia presentatiion of this year’s key European Court of Human Rights complaints and judgements.