Court: Montenegro’s criminal investigation into Roma boat accident was ineffective

Judges ruled today that the criminal investigation into disappearance of Roma following boat accident was ineffective due to length of proceedings.

Austria: Child abduction human rights complaint reaches judgement

A French father will hope for the backing of Strasbourg judges next week, when his human rights complaint against Austria, over the abduction of his children, reaches judgement.

Czech Republic: Grand Chamber to rule on security clearance human rights dispute

The case concerns an administrative decision withdrawing applicant Vaclav Regner’s security clearance, which was a prerequisite for Regner to hold a senior post in the Ministry of Defence and his complaint about the alleged unfairness of the proceedings in which he challenged that decision.

Podcast: Roma youth movement and the fight against anti-gypsyism

In this podcast, activist and trainer Irina Spataru discusses how the Roma youth movement is responding to the fight against anti-gypsyism in Europe.

Nils Muižnieks: School segregation still deprives many children of quality education

“School segregation harms children’s learning opportunities and is a clear injustice against minority and other vulnerable groups of people, which also perpetuates their marginalisation,” the Commissioner for Human Rights warned today.