The Italian Federation for Human Rights and the Arrested Lawyers Initiative made a joint submission to the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on the implementation of the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in Akgün… Read More ›
The European Parliament: Interpol needs to take further action to prevent abuse of its mechanisms, maintain transparency
Despite reforms which INTERPOL has made, further action is needed the European Parliament and experts said.
The UN Special Rapporteur presented his report on the Protection of lawyers against undue interference in the free and independent exercise of the legal profession to the 50th Human Rights Council that is to be held in Geneva between 13 June–8 July… Read More ›
#HRC50 – UN Human Rights Council resolution calls upon states to ensure the independence and security of lawyers and judges
On the 50th session (13 June–8 July 2022) of the Human Rights Council a resolution titled “Independence and impartiality of the judiciary, jurors and assessors, and the independence of lawyers: participation of women in the administration of justice” was adopted.
The UK barrister Michael Polak answers Mr Owen Bowcott’s questions: Why can not the victims get justice within Turkey and why should the UK government consider the submission made by the Turkey Human Rights Accountability Project?
Three NGOs called on Interpol for legal and structural reforms to ensure that Interpol’s leaders adhere to high moral standards
The Norwegian Helsinki Committee, the Italian Federation for Human Rights and the Arrested Lawyers Initiative called on the General Assembly of INTERPOL for legal and structural reforms to ensure that Interpol’s leaders adhere to high moral standards. In a joint… Read More ›