Podcast: The rights of intersex people

In this podcast, Benjamin Moron-Puech sets out his view of the rights of intersex people.

Jagland to set out human rights response to fake news and threats to free speech

In a speech to the European Broasdcasting Union’s General Assembly tomorrow (30 June), Thorbjørn Jagland will discuss the challenge of upholding truth and democracy without stifling debate and dissent.

Court : France right to use phone tap transcript in judge’s disciplinary proceedings

The case concerned the use, in the context of disciplinary proceedings against a judge, of the transcript of a telephone conversation that had been intercepted by chance in criminal proceedings in which the judge had not been involved.

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.

Turkey: Nils Muižnieks concerned by third consecutive Istanbul Pride ban

Human rights commissioner Nils Muižnieks has expressed his concern at the third consecutive ban on the annual Pride march in Istanbul.