Turkey: Court set for judgement on Can Erzincan TV journalist’s pre-trial detention human rights complaint

The cases concern the pre-trial detention of two journalists following the attempted military coup of 15 July 2016.

United Kingdom: Court rejects complaint frpm Isaiah Haastrup’s father

The case concerned a 12-month-old baby, Isaiah Haastrup, who has been on hospital life-support since birth.

France: Court rejects lesbian couple joint parent recognition human rights challenge

Lesbian mothers of two children, born through medically assisted reproduction, who wanted to be legally recognised as jointly-responsible parents, have lost their human rights battle against France.

Ukraine: Court delivers judgement in ‘cooking eggs on war memorial’ complaint

The case concerned Anna Sinkova’s arrest, detention and conviction for frying eggs on the flame of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Kyiv in December 2010. Two of her friends joined her and fried sausages over the flame.

Moldova: Whistle-blower civil servant wins again in rights violation complaint

An ex-government press officer turned whistle-blower, has had his human rights complaint against Moldova backed by Strasbourg judges for a second time. In today’s Chamber judgment1 in the case of Guja v. the Republic of Moldova (no. 2) (application no. …