Slovakia: Custody battle leads to human rights breach

A Slovak father has been awarded €15,000 by Strasbourg judges, who accepted that a child custody battle had led to a breach of his human rights.

Russia: Court awards €50,000 following teenager police brutality complaint

Human rights judges have awarded €50,000 to a Russian, whom, as a 16-year-old teenager, was a victim of police brutality.

Report: The situation of migrants and refugees in Serbia and transit zones in Hungary

Thousands of migrants and refugees who travelled along the Western Balkans’ migration route in 2015 and 2016 are now stranded in Serbia in a precarious legal situation.

Anti-human trafficking experts publish first report on Greece

The Council of Europe’s expert group against human trafficking (GRETA) praises positive steps taken by Greek authorities to combat the problem but also highlights a number of shortcomings.

Romania: Court puts family rights protection in human rights spotlight

Tomorrow, the human rights spotlight will fall on family rights protection in Romania, when Strasbourg judges reveal their decisions in two complaints.