Thursday, 14 March 2013

New and Updated Case-Law Factsheets

The case-law factsheets of the Court have been updated and extended. In addition, translations in French, Russian, German, Polish, and Turkish are available on the Court's website. Please find a list below of those factsheets which have been updated in the past half year (arranged per theme, so some pop up under two different headings):

CHILDREN AND PARENTS

- protection of minors (March 2013)
- children's rights (February 2013)
- parental rights (March 2013)
- reproductive rights (January 2013)

CRIMINAL FIELD

- terrorism (December 2012)
- violence against women (October 2012)

DATA

- Protection of personal data (January 2013)
- New technologies (March 2013)

DISCRIMINATION

- Gender identity issues (October 2012)
- Homosexuality: criminal aspects (October 2012)
- Roma and travellers (January 2013)
- Sexual orientation issues (February 2013)

EUROPEAN UNION

- Case-law concerning the EU (January 2013)
- "Dublin" cases (October 2012)

EXPULSION

- Expulsions and extraditions (February 2013)
- Terrorism (December 2012)

HEALTH

- Detention and mental health (January 2013)
- Environment-related cases in the Court's case-law (December 2012)
- Health (January 2013)
- Mental health (February 2013)
- Prisoners' health rights (March 2013)
- Social welfare (January 2013)

LIFE

- Death penalty abolition (December 2012)
- Right to life (February 2013)

OPINIONS AND INFORMATION

- Freedom of religion (February 2013)
- Protection of journalistic sources (November 2012)
- Trade union rights (November 2012)

PRISON

- Detention and mental health (January 2013)
- Detention conditions and treatment of prisoners (January 2013)
- Prisoners' health rights (March 2013)

WORK AND BUSINESS

- Forced labour and trafficking (November 2012)
- Taxation and the ECHR (January 2013)
- Trade union rights (November 2012)
- Work-related rights (February 2013)

OTHER FACTSHEETS

- extra-territorial jurisdiction of ECHR Member States (October 2012) (Note: This should be "state parties" rather than member states of course, but this is how the Court calls it on its own website, strangely!)
- Interim measures (January 2013)
- Pilot judgments (January 2013)
- Use of international conventions by the ECtHR (November 2012)

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