Russia: Serious domestic abuse leads to €25,000 human rights award

The case concerned the applicant’s complaint that the Russian authorities had failed to protect her from repeated domestic violence, including assaults, kidnapping, stalking and threats.

Court: Russia’s house-arrest order and restrictions on opposition activist Navalnyy breached human rights laws

The case concerned Aleksey Anatolyevich Navalnyy being held under house arrest during a criminal investigation against him and the restrictive measures imposed on him during that time.

Georgia : Mum triumphs in human rights complaint over son’s ‘medical negligence’ death

The case of Sarishvili-Bolkvadze v. Georgia (application no. 58240/08) concerned the applicant’s complaint about the authorities’ duty to protect her son’s life from medical negligence and the adequacy of their response to his death.

Romania: Journalist wins court backing in military intelligence human rights row

The case concerned the arrest and conviction of a journalist for possessing and trying to verify classified information on national security, namely documents belonging to a Romanian military unit based in Afghanistan.

Iceland: Court rejects complaint against right to strike restrictions

The case concerned restrictions on the right to strike and the introduction of compulsory arbitration.