Ireland: Court declares inadmissible police entrapment complaint

The case of Mills v. Ireland (application no. 50468/16) concerned the applicant’s complaint that his conviction for selling drugs was unfair as it was based on evidence obtained by police entrapment.

Video: Preview of World Forum for Democracy 2017

In this video, Nicoletta Manzini looks ahead to this year’s World Forum for Democracy which starts on 8 November.

Italy: Court ruling on prison ill-treatment human rights complaint

Prison officers who ill-treated two detainees did not face punishment due to a lack of adequate legislation in Italy, according to human rights judges.

Russia: Court awards €50,000 following teenager police brutality complaint

Human rights judges have awarded €50,000 to a Russian, whom, as a 16-year-old teenager, was a victim of police brutality.

Video: Strengthening women’s safety

In this video, Bridget O’Loughlin outlines the contribution of the ‘Istanbul Convention’ to further women’s safety.