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European Court of Human Rights

Zelensky urged to veto law that puts Ukraine on track for more damning European Court judgments

Ukrainian human rights NGOs have issued an appeal to President Volodymyr Zelensky, calling on him to veto a bill which claims to comply with the European Court of Human Rights, but which does nothing of the sort.

Russian parliament votes to break with European Court of Human Rights

Russia's parliament on Tuesday passed a pair of bills ending the European Court of Human Rights’ jurisdiction in the country, a rupture provoked by Russia's war in Ukraine.

Impartiality Challenge for the ICC

By Theodor Zima The civil war in Donbass has been going on for more than seven years now. It broke out in 2014, following Kiev's...

Council of Europe’s 131st Committee of Ministers

Friday, 21 May 2021, Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany: Hamburg's First Mayor Dr. Peter Tschentscher and German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas welcomed high-ranking representatives of the...

Access to Information Laws No Human Rights without Right to Know

A response to Dunja Mijatovic Council of Europe, Commissioner for Human Rights. By Eugene Matos De Lara and Audrey Beaulieu. “People have the right to know...

Legacy of antifascism for the common pan-European future

From the Victory Day to Corona Disarray 75 years of Europe’s Collective Security and Human Rights System Legacy of antifascism for the common pan-European...

Germany introduced Judge Bertram Schmitt

By Bonnie Klap.  Fridaynight  His Excellency Mr. Franz Josef Kremp, Ambassador of Germany,  hosted a cocktail-party in his residence Huis Schuylenburch to introduce  Judge Bertram Schmitt,...

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