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Civil liberties

16.04.2020

They were not allowed to draw graffiti. LGBT activists submit a complaint against the Georgian government to the European Court of Human Rights

The European Court of Human Rights will deal with the complaint of LGBT activists from Georgia. As a basis for human rights violations, the activists have pointed at the fact that the police prevented them from drawing graffiti on the wall of the Orthodox Church patriarch's residence.

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Family and marriage

24.03.2020

Further violations of parents' rights in Norway. The Strasbourg Court issued its ruling

The European Court of Human Rights has once again ruled that Norway has violated parents' rights. The cases concern two families broken up by the child protection office - Barnevernet, on the basis of false accusations of mental problems of the parents.

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Life protection

27.09.2019

Attempts to violate the protection of life and family: Ordo Iuris intervenes before the Tribunal in Strasbourg

The Ordo Iuris Institute intervenes as an amicus curiae in leading cases heard by the European Tribunal of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Their resolution may have a significant influence on the legal systems of the member states of the Council of Europe, including Poland.

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Family and marriage

16.09.2019

Norway violated the right to respect of private and family life – Ruled the Strasbourg Tribunal

The European Human Rights Court in Strasbourg (EHRC) issued a ruling stating that the Kingdom of Norway violated the right to respect of family life, which is protected by article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights.  The case concerns a Norwegian woman Trude Strand Lobben and her son.  Recently the EHRC accepted applications for revi

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