Romania: Court examines complaint from employee sacked for using internet at work

The case concerns an employee’s dismissal by a private company for having used the company’s Internet for personal purposes during working hours, in breach of internal regulations.

Romania: New expert report on human trafficking

Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland, said: “Further action is needed, in particular to prevent this crime [human trafficking] at the root and to ensure that victims get the assistance and protection foreseen in the convention.”

Romania: Grand chamber hearing for Guantanamo terrorism suspect’s secret rendition and torture complaint

The case concerns the alleged “rendition” of a man suspected of terrorist acts to CIA secret detention sites, where, according to his submissions, illegal interrogation methods amounting to torture were used.

Court: Romania’s criminal law system failed 14 year old girl over rape allegations

A woman who alleges that she was gang raped as a teenager and then failed by Romania’s legal authorities, was awarded €12,000 by human rights judges today.

Court: Judges set for judgements on sex assault human rights complaints against Poland and Romania

Tomorrow, judges will deliver their judgements on human rights complaints against Poland and Romania, arising from sexual assaults on young girls.