Refugees – Immigrants

Risk of torture for an Afghan citizen who converted to Christianity if expelled to his country of origin. His return would constitute a violation of Article 3 of the ECHR.

JUDGMENT Α.Α. v. Switzerland 5/11/2019 (no.  32218/17) see here   SUMMARY  Asylum, fear of persecution, torture, religion. The applicant, an Afghan citizen, arrived in Switzerland and applied for asylum on the grounds of persecution in his country of origin if he returned because he had converted to Christianity. His application was rejected and in the appeal, the domestic […]

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Refusing journalist to take interviews and taking photographes at a reception center for asylum seekers violated freedom of expression.

JUDGMENT Szurovecz v. Hungary 8.10.2019 (no. 15428/16) see here SUMMARY  Media access to reception centers for asylum seekers and freedom of expression. Protection of journalistic research. The applicant, a news website reporter, complained about the authorities’ refusal to allow him to interview and take photos of the asylum seeker reception center, preventing him from recording […]

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The domestic remedies available to detained migrants in emergency reception centers in Greece were neither accessible nor sufficient.

JUDGMENT Kaak and others v. Greece 3/10/2019 (no. 34215/16) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the conditions of detention of Syrian, Afghan and Palestinian nationals in the “hotspots” of Vial and Souda (Greece), and the lawfulness of their detention in those camps. The Court considered that the authorities had done all that could reasonably be […]

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Information of the Afghan immigrants in the island of Chios in Greek that they could appeal against deportation to an administrative court without specifying which court was i and where it was, since in Chios such a court did not exist. Violation of the ECHR

JUDGMENT  O.S.A. and others v. Greece  21.03.2019  (no. 39065/16) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the applicants’ conditions of detention in the Vial centre on the island of Chios, and the issues of the lawfulness of their detention, the courts’ review of their case, and the information provided to them. The Court considered that, in […]

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Failure to provide care for an unaccompanied foreign minor, aged 12, in the “lande de Calais” shanty town was in breach of the Convention

JUDGMENT Khan v. France 28.02.2019 (no. 12267/16) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the failure by the French authorities to provide an unaccompanied foreign minor with care before and after the dismantling of the makeshift camps set up in the southern section of the “lande de Calais” (“Calais heath”). Large numbers of people hoping to […]

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Unacceptable and humiliating treatment of unaccompanied minors by Greek state authorities and illegal deprivation of their liberty. Violations of Greece

JUDGMENT H.A. and others v. Greece 28.02.2019 (no. 19951/16) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the placement of nine migrants, unaccompanied minors, in different police stations in Greece, for periods ranging between 21 and 33 days. The migrants were subsequently transferred to the Diavata reception centre and then to special facilities for minors. The Court found, […]

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The expulsion of a Moroccan national living in Italy for 20 years on grounds of public order protection has not infringed his family or private life

JUDGMENT Narjis v. Italy 14.02.2019 (no.57433/15) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the Italian authorities’ refusal to renew the residence permit of a Moroccan national (Mr Narjis) who had lived in Italy for 20 years, on the grounds that he posed a danger to society, and his expulsion to Morocco. The Court decided to examine Mr […]

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Expulsion of Turkish from Germany following his convictions regarding drugs. Non-integration into German society. It is necessary for society to expel him

JUDGMENT Cabucak v. Germany  20.12.2018  (no. 18706/16) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the applicant’s expulsion to Turkey by the German authorities following several criminal convictions. The Court found in particular that Mr Cabucak had sufficiently demonstrated that he enjoyed a relationship on a regular basis with his daughter which constituted family life within the […]

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Expulsion of aliens. When it is contrary to the ECHR

JUDGMENT Saber and Boughassal v. Spain 18.12.2018 ( no. 76550/13 and 45938/14) see here SUMMARY The case concerned expulsion orders against two Moroccan nationals following their convictions for criminal offences in Spain. The Court found in particular that the national authorities had failed to examine the nature and seriousness of the criminal convictions in question, […]

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