Hungary: Court backs unionists over airport protest ban

Human rights judges ruled today that Hungary was wrong to ban a trade union demonstration scheduled to take place on the road to the capital’s international airport.

Hungary : Court rejects widow’s “trampling on the memory of Faludy” human rights complaint

The case concerned the widow of György Faludy’s complaint that the Hungarian courts had refused to award her compensation for damage to her reputation after she had brought legal action over a newspaper headline.

Report: The situation of migrants and refugees in Serbia and transit zones in Hungary

Thousands of migrants and refugees who travelled along the Western Balkans’ migration route in 2015 and 2016 are now stranded in Serbia in a precarious legal situation.

Hungary: Judges set to rule on sacked Reform Church pastor’s human rights complaint

The complaint concerns Károly Nagy’s pecuniary claim against the Reformed Church of Hungary following his removal from service.

Hungary: Child rights experts visit migrant transit zones

Children’s rights will conclude later today a three-day visit to Hungary to evaluate risks of sexual abuse and exploitation faced by migrant children placed in transit zones.