Judges award €9,000 to Skopje transgender man after human rights breach

The case concerned administrative proceedings in which the applicant, who is transgender, had sought to have the sex/gender marker on the birth certificate changed.

Court backs Switzerland over “accident compenasation” insurance snooping

The European court declared ill-founded an application concerning the surveillance of an insured person in public areas by investigators from a private insurance company.

Turkey: Court backs Seventh Day Adventists in human rights row

The case concerned the Turkish courts’ refusal to include the foundation in question in the official register on the grounds that domestic law did not allow foundations to serve the sole interests of members of a specific community.

Court: Judges make €27,000 award after Serbian prison rape and assault

The case concerned inter-prisoner violence, in particular, the applicant’s complaint that he was assaulted, raped and humiliated by his cell mates in prison, that the prison failed to protect him and that the prison authorities failed to investigate his complaints properly.

Moldova: Activist’s graphic anti-corruption protest led to human right violation

The case concerned the applicant’s conviction for demonstrating in front of the Prosecutor General’s Office with obscene sculptures.