United Kingdom: Human rights judges endorse decisions by courts in Charlie Gard case

The case concerned Charlie Gard, a baby suffering from a rare and fatal genetic disease.

France: Court rules against DNA database conviction

The case concerned the applicant’s refusal to undergo biological testing, the result of which was to be included in the national computerised DNA database (FNAEG).

France: Court rejects DNA database complaint

The case concerned the refusal of applicants Felix Dagregorio and Alain Mosconi, to undergo biological testing, the results of which were to be included in the national computerised DNA database (FNAEG).

Court: Turkey wrong to convict letter critic of civil servant

The case concerned the criminal conviction of an accountant (Ali Çetin) for insulting a civil servant, as a result of comments made by Çetin in a letter relating to a professional conflict.

Court ruling on Russia “gay propaganda law”

The case concerned a complaint brought by three gay rights activists about legislation in Russia banning the promotion of homosexuality, also known as the “gay propaganda law.”