Nikolay Dimitrov from Silistra is the first Bulgarian to have won a case against the state at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg in 2013.
What does ECHR stand for?
ECHR stands for European Court of Human Rights
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- European Club for Human Resources (Brussels, Belgium)
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- Ethnic Cooperation for Human Rights and the Environment (Japan)
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Taoiseach Enda Kenny said it would respond by the end of the month to an unconnected 2010 European Court of Human Rights ruling that called for reform.
Summary: Radical preacher Abu Qatada has lodged an appeal with the European Court of Human Rights, casting confusion over whether he can be deported or not.
The European Court of Human Rights has blocked the extradition of a Tunisian former professional footballer Nizar Trabelsi who is currently in a Belgian jail for terrorist offences, the Belgian media reported Thursday.
This study explores the extent to which judgements from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues have played a role in influencing policy adoption by states that are not directly involved in the Court's judgements.
Summary: A French court fined a Muslim woman 120 euros Thursday for wearing a full-face veil in public, prompting the single mother of three to vow an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights to get France to overturn its burqa ban.