European Court of Human Rights

Inclusion Europe jointly with other organisations urges ECHR to comply with the most recent international human rights laws, including the UNCRPD
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Ştefan faced many challenges while going to school. He didn’t receive all the support he needed.
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The first case regarding the access of people with disabilities to personal assistance has been brought to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) with Radi vs. Romania.
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The European Court for Human Rights ordered to UK government to pay legal costs and compensation to a woman with Down’s syndrome which was detained in hospital against her will. Following the judgement, the United Kingdom must ensure that special procedural safeguards are put in place to protect a right to liberty guaranteed by Article 5 (4) of the European Convention of Human Rights for all detainees, also for the ones who are not in a position to exercise these rights independently.
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