Croatia: Judges to rule on ‘gay discrimination’ human rights dispute

The case concerns Danka Pajić’s complaint of having been discriminated against on the ground of her sexual orientation when applying for a residence permit in Croatia.

Anti-trafficking experts worried by “high numbers of unaccompanied child refugees” missing in Croatia

“With recent reports of high numbers of unaccompanied child refugees gone missing, the identification of child victims has become a priority across Europe,” said Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland, following the publication of a new report by the Council of Europe’s Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA).

Croatia: Mum and daughter win human rights court backing after 13 year child maintenance delay

Judges ruled today that Croatia breached human rights law by failing, over 13 years, to enforce a court judgment ordering a father to pay child maintenance.

Croatia: Human rights challenge revives Homeland War memories

The case concerns the killing of their husband and father in 1991, in the context of targeted disappearances and killings of civilians of Serbian origin by the Croatian police and army in the Sisak area (Croatia) during the Homeland war in Croatia.

Croatia: US ‘divorce by email’ father awaits child access human rights judgement

An American father, ‘divorced by email’ from his Croatian wife, hopes to win the support of Strasbourg judges when they rule on his child access, human rights complaint later this week.