Serbia: New anti-trafficking report

In a report published today, the anti-trafficking expert group (GRETA) declares that Serbia’s authorities must do to more to reduce children’s vulnerability to trafficking and improve assistance to victims.

Court: Switzerland’s refusal to exempt primary school pupil from sex education class did not breach convention

The case concerns the refusal by a Basle primary school to grant Ms A.R’s request that her daughter, then aged seven and about to move up to the second year of primary school, be exempted from sex education lessons.

European Roma Rights Centre scoops Raoul Wallenberg Prize

The European Roma Rights Centre today receives Raoul Wallenberg Prize for combating racism and human rights abuse.

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.