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.

Romania: Court makes €17,000 award after gay-bashing and botched investigation human rights complaint

The case concerned a complaint that two Romanians had been attacked on their way home from a gay march and that the ensuing investigation had been inadequate.

Romania: Court awards €39,000 to mum after medical malpractice human rights complaint

The case concerned Elena Cojocaru’s complaint about the death of her daughter and granddaughter due to medical malpractice.

European Court: Romania’s laws failed sex abuse child victim

Human rights judges have accepted that Romanian law and practice failed to provide children with effective protection against rape and sexual abuse.

Romania: Sexual abuse victim hopes for human rights court victory

The case concerns an allegation of defective legislation for the prosecution of rape and/or sexual abuse of children in Romania.