Schlagwort: European Court of Human Rights

A family targeted, a mother dehumanised and Hans Magnus’ rights trodden on in Norway!

Sylvia Gustavsen Ensby writes (translated): “I’ll support you all the way,” said my GP at Hole Medical Centre when we were there and found out that we were having a child. Before the appointment, and almost in disbelief,… Read More

UNDER SURVEILLANCE

MEP Tomáš Zdechovský tells the tragic story of a baby who was ripped from her parents’ loving arms. To their pure delight, Maxine was born to the Ladická family in January 2015. But their joy sadly did not… Read More

INTO THE DARK ALONE

Norwegian film-maker Kathrine Haugen writes here about the moment she received the shocking news that turned her world upside down (text translated): I was in Cyprus for a week to plan the recording of the feature film Skvis…. Read More

Human Rights Court concludes: Norway has violated Human Rights in a Child welfare case

Court room

Amazing news! This could be a breakthrough for many children and their families living in Norway. It’s certainly a breakthrough for one family. This morning, it was reported in Norwegian media that the European Human Rights Court concludes… Read More