Belgium: Human rights breach over work-place sex assault allegations leads to €33,000 award

The case concerned the investigation carried out by the Belgian authorities after the applicant had lodged a criminal complaint alleging rape and indecent assault.

Nils Muižnieks fears for public service broadcasting in Europe

A “well-funded and strong public service media” are a good indicator that a democracy is healthy, according to the Commissioner for Human Rights.

Podcast: Karmen Turk – Why Delfi As v Estonia human rights court judgement still matters to all web users

In this podcast, media lawyer Karmen Turk, discusses why the European court’s judgement in the complaint Delfi AS v. Estonia, continues to resonate, as concerns grow about the state of freedom of expression in the digital era.

Podcast: “We don’t have to reinvent the wheel to maintain freedom of expression online”

In this podcast, Dr Matthias Traimer, reviews the compliance standards which govern freedom of expression in the digital era.

Podcast: Ineta Ziemele – “The European Court cannot be a front-runner on freedom of expression”

In this podcast, Latvia’s former European Court judge Ineta Ziemele, admits that the court “cannot be a front-runner” on issues of freedom of expression in the digital era.