Court: Investigation of journalist Anna Politkovskaya’s murder failed to look properly into who commissioned the crime

The complaint concerned the investigation into the 2006 murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya.

Russia: Family of murdered journalist Anna Politkovskaya await human rights court decision

Human rights judges will announce their ruling tomorrow (17 July), in a case against Russia which centres on the investigation into the 2006 murder of journalist Anna Politkovskaya.

Dunja Mijatović: European states must put human rights at the centre of their migration policies

“European states’ current approach to the arrivals of refugees and migrants has transformed a manageable issue into an extremely divisive topic, in particular within EU member states,” says the Commissioner for Human Rights.

Portugal: ‘Casa Pia’ paedophile ring members await human rights court judgement

The case concerns a paedophile ring in the Casa Pia, a public institution responsible for the education of children from deprived backgrounds.

Portugal: Former minister awarded €68,000 after human rights breach linked to alleged paedophile investigation

The case concerned a criminal investigation into a paedophile ring, and in particular the pre-trial detention of a former Socialist Party MP, Fernandes Pedroso, who had been suspected of having had sexual relations with minors accommodated by the Casa Pia institution, a public institution responsible for running schools, training centres and boarding schools for children and teenagers from deprived backgrounds.