Moldova: Human rights judges award €4,000 to mum who drank tap water and got dysentery

The court decided that Svetlana Otgon’s health was endangered by drinking the infested tap water and that she received insufficient compensation.

Moldova: Mum awaits judgement on “infested tap water” human rights complaint

The case concerns Svetlana Otgon’s complaint about the amount of damages awarded to her by the courts after she drank infested tap water.

Moldova: New report reveals 100% increase in “identified victims of trafficking” since 2011

During the 2011 -2015 period, the number of internal victims of trafficking trebled, the report from the Group of Experts on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings (GRETA) confirms.

Moldova: Police entrapment sting breached victim’s human rights

Human rights judges ruled today that a Moldovan police entrapment sting, to catch a fake identity card crook, breached European human rights law.

Thorbjørn Jagland: Moldova is on the brink of becoming Europe’s next security crisis

In a New York Times article published today, Thorbjørn Jagland expresses his fears that Moldova could become Europe’s next security crisis.