Czech Republic: Grand Chamber to rule on security clearance human rights dispute

The case concerns an administrative decision withdrawing applicant Vaclav Regner’s security clearance, which was a prerequisite for Regner to hold a senior post in the Ministry of Defence and his complaint about the alleged unfairness of the proceedings in which he challenged that decision.

Podcast: Roma youth movement and the fight against anti-gypsyism

In this podcast, activist and trainer Irina Spataru discusses how the Roma youth movement is responding to the fight against anti-gypsyism in Europe.

Nils Muižnieks: School segregation still deprives many children of quality education

“School segregation harms children’s learning opportunities and is a clear injustice against minority and other vulnerable groups of people, which also perpetuates their marginalisation,” the Commissioner for Human Rights warned today.

Greece: Human rights court ruling on election polls media ban

The case concerned the prohibition on publishing opinion polls on voters’ intentions in the 15 days preceding the date of certain elections, and also the ban forbidding the media from broadcasting or re-broadcasting them.

Hungary: Judges set to rule on sacked Reform Church pastor’s human rights complaint

The complaint concerns Károly Nagy’s pecuniary claim against the Reformed Church of Hungary following his removal from service.