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David Davis: In defence of the European Court of Human Rights

David Davis: In defence of the European Court of Human Rights

Human rights in this country have been subjected to growing criticism in recent years, emboldening the government to look at replacing the Human Rights Act. This approach is a hangover from the Conservatives days in opposition, when we raised ... PoliticsHome, 18 hours ago
NGO Watch

British MPs: ECHR Provides Drug Use Protection

Taking drugs is a human right, say MPs and peers The European Convention on Human Rights over-rides laws which make drugs such as cannabis illegal, an all party parliamentary group report suggests Regulation of ...
 NGO Watch1 month ago A Human Right to take drugs?  Hodge Jones & Allen2 weeks ago Taking drugs is a human right, say MPs and peers  MSN UK1 month ago UK: Members of Parliament Suggest Pot Use Is a Human Right  High Times1 month ago

ECHR Informs Moscow of 4th Case Taken by Ukraine Against Russia

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has informed Russia of a forth inter-state case brought by Kiev against Moscow concerning events in Crimea and eastern Ukraine, dating from September 2014, a ECHR press release confirmed. MOSCOW (Sputnik)— ...
 Sputnik4 days ago ECHR to proceed with another Ukrainian complaint against Russia  RAPSI4 days ago
Turkish Daily

Turkish judge elected as vice president of ECHR

The European Court of Human Rights has elected two new vice-presidents: Işıl Karakaş from Turkey and András Sajó from Hungary. They have both been elected for a three-year term and will take up their respective duties on Nov. 1. The Court ...
 Turkish Daily2 weeks ago Turkish judge becomes human rights court vice president  Daily Sabah2 weeks ago

Act must be clear on journalists and personal details

Danie Strachan A recent judgment of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) again placed the spotlight on balancing privacy rights against journalists freedom of expression. The judgment raises the question: how will journalistic activities ...
 IOL1 month ago Journalists and the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPI)  The Marketing Site1 month ago

Why well be hurt if we scrap the Human Rights Act

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg ALPHA CIT/NEWZULU/PA Images Read Dominic Grieve's full piece from this month's Prospect In this month's Prospect, out today, the Conservative former Attorney General Dominic Grieve writes in ...
 Prospect1 month ago Scrapping the Human Rights Act will hurt the UK  Prospect1 month ago Falconer: Labour will fight for Human Rights Act  Law Society Gazette5 days ago
Council of Europe

Refugee crisis: Council of Europe reminds states of respect for human rights of all

Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland has issued guidance to the Council of Europe's 47 member States on the treatment of migrants and asylum seekers, including with regard to their reception and temporary living conditions, to ensure respect for ...
 Council of Europe3 weeks ago Council of Europe chief to probe Hungary migration crackdown  News Guangdong2 weeks ago Jews, Muslims create leadership council to defend religious freedom in Europe  i24news3 weeks ago Guterres says UNHCR and partners struggle to meet humanitarian needs  The UN Refugee Agency20 hours ago
Council of Europe

PACE President gives mixed assessment on human rights in Europe

Parliamentary Assembly Session Strasbourg 28 September 2015 Diminuer la taille du texte Augmenter la taille du texte Imprimer la page Imprimer en PDF Anne Brasseur After almost two years at the head of the Parliamentary Assembly of the ...
 Council of Europe6 days ago
NGO Watch

ECtHR Rejects Challenge to Italian Embryo Law

Thursday (August 27) saw the European Court of Human Rights uphold an Italian law against the donation of human embryos for scientific research. By 16 to one, the judges in Strasbourg rejected an argument that the law violated the right to ...
 NGO Watch1 month ago European court upholds Italy law against embryo research  EuroNews1 month ago

With migrant crisis intensifying, European human rights court finds Italy guilty

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) delivered a judgment in Strasbourg on Tuesday which found Italy guilty of having violated the rights of three Tunisian migrants even as the ongoing migration crisis continues to worsen. In Khlaifia and ...
 Arabstoday.net1 month ago ECHR Lampedusa judgment underlines migrants have the same fundamental rights as everyone else  Council of Europe1 month ago European Court condemns Italy over treatment of migrants  World Bulletin1 month ago Strasbourg rejects request of Maksuda residents regarding demolition of illegal buildings  BNR1 month ago
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