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Case of Orsus and others v. Croatia
Author: European Court of Human Rights
Language: English
Source: European Court of Human Rights
Country: Croatia
Category: judgment/decision
Government level: International
Guiding principle: The applicants' complaints concerned alleged degrading treatment, the length of proceedings and their right to education and not to be discriminated against, as well as their complaint about the lack of an effective remedy in respect of these complaints, to the Croatian Government. The European Court of Human Rights holds that there has been a violation of Article 6 of the Convention as regards the complaint about the length of proceedings before the Constitutional Court; there has been no violation of Article 2 of Protocol No. 1 to the Convention (right to education) taken alone or in conjunction with Article 14 of the Convention (prohibition of discrimination).
Date of judgement: 2008-7-17
Document number: 15766/03
Official version: yes
Legally binding: yes
Subject areas: non-discrimination; education; administrative authorities
Minority groups: Roma/Gypsies
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