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Life protection

18.11.2022

Strasbourg Court rejects Prof. Chazan's patient's complaint over refusal of eugenic abortion

· The European Court of Human Rights has rejected the complaint of a patient of Prof. Bogdan Chazan, who in 2014 refused to kill her unborn child, citing the conscience clause.

· The child suffered from a serious developmental defect, and his mother wanted an abortion at the Holy Family Hospital in Warsaw, which Prof. Chazan headed.

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Life protection

16.11.2022

ECHR: forcing a 20-year-old to have an abortion by her parents is inhumane treatment

· The European Court of Human Rights ruled that the coercion of a Russian mother to have an abortion constituted "an outrageous case of inhuman and degrading treatment," and awarded her 19,500 euros in compensation (about 91,000 zlotys).

· The 20-year-old girl was forcibly taken to the hospital and forced to have an abortion by her parents, who disapproved of her relationship with the man who fathered the child.

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Life protection

28.07.2022

Ordo Iuris intervenes with the ECtHR in another series of abortion cases in Poland

• The Strasbourg Court receives many complaints about the ban on eugenic abortion in Poland.

• According to the applicants, the inability to undergo a eugenic abortion violates their right to privacy and the prohibition of torture.

• The vast majority of complaints come from women who are not even pregnant.

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Civil liberties

15.10.2021

Poland respects international law. Analysis of the current situation on the Polish-Belarusian border

· Poland complies with the decision of the European Court of Human Rights to implement interim measures. Poland has prepared assistance in kind for foreigners in the territory of Belarus near the border with Poland and for a long time has been making efforts to deliver it to foreigners by legal means, which, however, has been prevented by Belarus.

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Family and marriage

12.08.2021

Scandalous order of the ECtHR: Russia must introduce civil unions, in spite of the opposition of most Russians and it does not stem from the Convention

● Three same-sex couples sued Russia before the European Court of Human Rights, demanding almost EUR 80,000 in compensation for ‘harm and expenses’ incurred as a result of their inability to marry.

● The ECtHR ruled that Russia had violated their right to respect for private and family life, but refused to award the amount requested.

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Family and marriage

11.08.2021

European Court of Human Rights takes account of Ordo Iuris opinions in family matters

• The ECHR issued a further three judgments in which is directly referred to the ‘amicus curiae’ opinions sent by the Institute. 

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