ECHR: Croatian Authorities Discriminated Against Reformist Churches

A complaint of religious discrimination by Reformist churches in Croatia has been upheld by judges at the European Court of Human Rights.

Thorbjørn Jagland Issues Challenge To Member States

A respect for human rights should lie at the heart of decisions taken by Council of Europe member states on the right of entry, residence and expulsion of foreigners according to Thorbjørn Jagland.

Human Rights Commissioner Wants Germany To Stop ‘Forced Returns’ To Kosovo

Human Rights Commissioner Thomas Hammarberg has written to Germany’s Interior Minister urging him to “avoid” further ‘forced returns’ to Kosovo.

Human Rights At The Heart Of Christmas

As the European Convention on Human Rights celebrates its 60th anniversary, the Council of Europe and the City of Strasbourg have placed the spotlight on human rights at this year’s internationally famous Christmas Market.

Data Protection, Citizens’ Rights And The Council Of Europe

The Council of Europe’s response and the case law of the European Court of Human Rights.