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European Human Rights Moot Court Competition
Council of Europe

European Human Rights Moot Court Competition

Students from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece) were declared winners of the third edition of the European Moot Court Competition in English on the European Convention on Human Rights, after beating a team from the ... Council of Europe, 1 week ago
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Spy agency policies breached rights

UK intelligence agencies' policies on handling communications between lawyers and clients breached European human rights law, the government has said. In relation to policies applied since 2010, the government admitted a failure over making ...
 BBC2 weeks ago UK security service admits to surveillance breaches of human rights law  The Global Legal Post2 weeks ago Spies 'did not meet privacy rules'  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago Spy Agencies Did Not Meet Privacy Rules  Yahoo! UK and Ireland2 weeks ago
Al Jazeera

Europe court upholds religion ruling on Turkey schools

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has rejected an appeal by Turkey, upholding a September 2014 ruling that mandatory secondary school religious classes were in breach of the "right to education". The top human rights court's decision was ...
 Al Jazeera2 weeks ago - Top court overturns compensation ruling for Kutlular  Cihan Haber6 days ago
Turkish Daily

ECHR rejects Turkish appeal to ruling on compulsory religion classes

Güven Özalp BRUSSELS The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has rejected Turkey's appeal to a ruling that said high school students must be allowed to opt out of religious education classes, which are currently compulsory. ECHR ...
 Turkish Daily2 weeks ago Turkey's appeal of ECHR ruling on compulsory religion courses rejected  Turkish Weekly2 weeks ago

Azerbaijani Prosecutor General meets EU Special Representative for Human Rights

Baku, February 25, AzerTAc Prosecutor General of Azerbaijan Zakir Garalov has met the European Union's Special Representative for Human Rights Stavros Lambrinidis. Mr Garalov highlighted Azerbaijan`s European integration, and hailed cooperation ...
 Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies1 week ago
Capital Bay

Spy agencies snooped on conversations between lawyers and suspects for FIVE YEARS without safeguards protecting people's human rights

Spies monitoring conversations between lawyers and clients since 2010 But the regime safeguarding people's human rights was not legal Privacy campaigners said intelligence agencies 'rumbled breaking the law By Tom McTague, Deputy Political Editor ...
 Capital Bay2 weeks ago Government admits unlawful monitoring of lawyer-client conversations  Cyber Parse1 week ago Privacy law: Government admits monitoring privileged conversations by intelligence agenices unlawful  Findlaw Corporate Counsel1 week ago After Brit spies 'snoop' on families' lawyers, UK govt admits: We flouted human rights laws  The Register2 weeks ago
Eurasia Review

Hungary Sees Little EU Action On Rights Concerns, Says HRW

By Brussels has done virtually nothing about Hungary's problematic laws and practices concerning human rights since the European Commission in March 2014 created a rule of law measure to address serious abuses in EU member states, Human Rights Watch ...
 Eurasia Review2 weeks ago Hungary: Little EU Action on Rights Concerns  Human Rights Watch2 weeks ago HRW Calls for EU Action on Hungarian Policies  NGO Watch2 weeks ago

ECHR not considering petition on Gurgen Margaryan's murder yet

YEREVAN. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has not taken into consideration the petition filed by the Armenian side on the murder of Gurgen Margaryan. Hayk Mukuchyan, who miraculously had survived death in Budapest and whom the Hungarian ...
 News.am2 weeks ago
Rasa News Agency

80% of anti-Muslim attacks in france against women: report

RNA - A recent report published by Nils Muižnieks the Council of Europe commissioner for human rights suggests that Muslim woman have become the prime target of hate crimes in France, urging new measures to counter rising hate. According to the ...
 Rasa News Agency2 weeks ago French Muslim Women Prime Victim of Hate  IslamOnline NET2 weeks ago

European Court Rejects Poland's Bid to Challenge CIA Black Site Ruling

NEW YORK-The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) today confirmed its landmark ruling that Poland illegally allowed the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency to operate a secret torture prison on its territory in 2002 and 2003. Poland had sought to ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago
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