inhuman and degrading treatment

Asylum seekers lived on the streets for several months without financial assistance despite legal provisions. Humiliating treatment from France

JUDGMENT N.H. and others v. France 02.07.2020 (app. no.28820/13, 75547/13 and 13114/15) see here  SUMMARY The applications concerned five asylum-seekers, single men, living in France. They complained that they had been unable to receive the material and financial support to which they were entitled under French law and had thus been forced to sleep rough […]

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Personal space in a cell from 1.72 to 2.76m consists of inhumane treatment. The act of a judge who reduced the defendant’s sentence did not consists lack of impartiality

JUDGMENT George-Laviniu  Ghiurău v. Romani 16.06.2020 (no.  15549/16) see here  SUMMARY Prison conditions. Fair trial, impartiality of judges and examination of witnesses. The applicant was sentenced to 2 years in prison for severe bodily harm. He appealed to Strasbourg, complaining of inadequate detention conditions, a lack of impartiality of judges in the second instance and […]

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Child protection associations. Autonomous de facto right to represent abused children for recourse before the ECtHR

JUDGMENT Association Innocence en Danger and Association Enfance et Partage v. France 04.06.2020 (no. 15343/15 and 16806/15) see here SUMMARY The case concerned the death in 2009 of an eight-year-old girl (M.) as a result of abuse by her parents. The applications were lodged by two French child protection associations. The Court found that the “report […]

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Necessity to exhaust internal remedies. States cannot be prosecuted in international courts for acts they did not have the opportunity to resolve in their own judicial systems

JUDGMENT Kaman v, Turkey  04.06.2020 (no. 29798/18) see here SUMMARY The case concerns the applicant’s custody on remand from 29 December 2017 until 25 October 2019, in the aftermath of the attempted coup d’état in July 2016. The Court reiterated that the rule on the exhaustion of domestic remedies was an indispensable part of the […]

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Complaint of rape of a minor. Inadequate investigation and prosecution of a man accused of a more heinous crime than rape violated the procedural part of privacy and the prohibition of humiliating treatment.

JUDGMENT Z v. Bulgaria 28.05.2020  (no.  39257/17) see here  SUMMARY Ineffective judicial inquiry into vulnerable groups. Procedural part of prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment and respect for privacy. The applicant, a 13-year-old minor, complained to the competent prosecutor’s office that she had been raped by a friend of hers. He provided details and was […]

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Life prisoners must be isolated for 10 years for 22.5 hours every day and exit the cell only with handcuffs. A systematic problem of humiliating treatment!

JUDGMENT N.T. v. Russia 02.06.2020 (no. 14727/11) see here SUMMARY  The case concerned the applicant’s complaint about routine handcuffing and various aspects of his strict imprisonment regime, which had been applied to him for several years on the sole grounds of his life sentence. The Court found in particular that the Government had neither justified […]

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The use of special police unit and the unprovoked use of force in an operation in order to arrest a suspect in his home constitute humiliating treatment

JUDGMENT Castellani v. France 30.04.2020 (no. 43207/16) see here  SUMMARY The case concerned a complaint by the applicant that he was the victim of acts of violence during his arrest at his home by the GIPN, a special armed police unit, in the presence of his wife and daughter. The Court found in particular that […]

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Whipping as a form of punishment is abolished in Saudi Arabia!

Saudi Arabia is a country with many peculiarities in human rights and freedoms. The country’s tradition, conservatism and religiosity have created a legal framework that is considered completely foreign to the European model and that of the civilized states of the West, mainly inspired by a rule of law based on common and accepted individual […]

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Asylum request for members of a religious community. Rejection due to an unproven risk of inhumane or degrading treatment

JUDGMENT A.S.N. and others v. The Netherlands 25.2.2020 (no.  68377/17 and 530/18) see here  SUMMARY The applicants in both applications are families with minor children, originally from Afghanistan and belonging to the religious community of Sikhs. Citing fears of persecution because of their religious beliefs, they fled to the Netherlands where they sought asylum. Their […]

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