Turkey: Workplace sexism human rights judgement looms

A woman, who claims workplace sexism stopped her from becoming a security officer, will find out tomorrow if she has won the backing of Strasbourg judges.

Turkey: Starch factory human rights dispute pits environmentalists against national authorities

The case concerns the failure to enforce numerous judicial decisions setting aside administrative decisions authorising the construction and operation of a starch factory on farmland in Orhangazi (a district of Bursa) by a US company (“Cargill”).

Turkey: Refusing parents right to choose children’s burial grounds breached human rights law

According to the European court, the confiscation of bodies of the applicants’ children was disproportionate and violated Article 8.

Turkey: Court set for judgement on Can Erzincan TV journalist’s pre-trial detention human rights complaint

The cases concern the pre-trial detention of two journalists following the attempted military coup of 15 July 2016.

Turkey: Court awards €4,000 to parents after daughter’s fatal tonsil surgery

The case concerned allegations of medical negligence in relation to the death of Günay’s daughter after the tonsilectomy.