Macaté v. Lithuania
Freedom of expression, warning labels restricting artistic expression.
Submitted jointly by ILGA-Europe, Professor David Kaye, International Justice Clinic, University of California, Irvine, School of Law and ARTICLE 19: Global Campaign for Free Expression.
A.B. and K.V. v Romania
Recognition of same-sex marriages in the context of freedom of movement in the EU through the prism of implementation of CJEU’s Coman judgment Submitted jointly […]
Freedom of movement for same-sex spouses: The Coman Case, 3 years on
ON 5 JUNE 2018, THE COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION (CJEU) ISSUED A LANDMARK JUDGEMENT AGAINST ROMANIA, RECOGNISING THAT THE TERM SPOUSE INCLUDES SAME-SEX SPOUSES UNDER EU FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT LAWS. THREE YEARS LATER, CLAI HAMILTON, SPOUSE OF ROMANIAN CITIZEN ADRIAN COMAN, HAS NOT BEEN GRANTED RESIDENCY YET. NOW THEY’VE BROUGHT THE CASE TO THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS (ECHR). HERE, ADRIAN COMAN TALKS ABOUT THE ORIGINAL CASE, AND HIS HOPES WITH THIS LATEST DEVELOPMENT.
Judgment in Case Stolichna obshtina, rayon ‘Pancharevo’
Child, being a minor and a Union citizen, whose birth certificate was drawn up by the host Member State and designates as parents two persons […]
European Court Rules Against Armenia Inaction in Anti-LGBTI Hate Crime Case
The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that authorities in Armenia failed to protect an LGBT bar owner and activist from homophobic physical and verbal […]
European Court rules in favour of the best interest of the child in same-sex custody case
The European Court of Human rights has ruled that the refusing a mother custody of her youngest child on the grounds of her sexual orientation to be discriminatory and a violation of her right to private and family life.