Belgium: Prison strike led to inmate’s human rights violations

The case concerned the deterioration in John Clasen’s conditions of detention in Ittre Prison during a strike by prison wardens between April and June 2016.

Romania: International child custody complaint leads to mum’s €16,000 human rights court award

The case concerned the interpretation of “grave risk” under international law in a child custody dispute.

Court: Vincent Lambert – request for interim measures rejected

In the case of Lambert and Others v. France (application no. 21675/19), the family asked the European Court of Human Rights under Rule 39 of the Rules of Court to indicate to the French State the immediate application of the interim measures demanded of France by the UN Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) on 3 May 2019.

Court: Italian government must provide temporary accommodation for Bosnian Roma family

The court has decided to apply an urgent measure. The applicants are three Bosnian citizens of Roma ethnicity who were living with their families in a settlement in Ponte Riccio (Giugliano). Two of them are mothers with 10 children altogether, who are minors aged between two and 16.

Poland: Court declares inadmissible complaint about parliamentary corruption allegations

The case concerns the adoption, by the Sejm (Polish Parliament), of a report concerning allegations of corruption in connection with the amendment of the Broadcasting Act.