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Decision of the Regional Court in Bratislava in a case concerning alleged segregation of Roma children at a primary school in Stará Ľubovňa

Published: 06 / 18 / 2020 10:24
On 29 April 2020, the Regional Court in Bratislava upheld the judgment of the first instance court that in October 2016 dismissed our actio popularis lawsuit filed on the basis of the Slovak Anti-Discrimination Act. The lawsuit addressed segregation of Roma children at a primary school in a town district Stará Ľubovňa - Podsadek. We are planning to submit an extraordinary appeal to the Supreme Court.

District court judgment concerning alleged segregation of Roma children at a primary school in Muránska Dlhá Lúka

Published: 06 / 12 / 2020 10:08
District Court Bratislava III on 6 February 2020 dismissed actio popularis lawsuit of our non-governmental organization against the Slovak Republic, represented by the Ministry of Education, addressing segregation of Roma children at a primary school in a village Muránska Dlhá Lúka and failures of the state authorities to take effective measures to eliminate it. The judgment is in Slovak only and is not final.

Decision of the Constitutional Court of Slovak Republic confirming backlogs in anti-discrimination dispute

Published: 02 / 24 / 2020 09:19
In its decision of 21 January 2020, the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic found a violation of the right of our NGO as the plaintiff in an anti-discrimination dispute concerning the alleged discrimination of Roma children in education, to hear a case within a reasonable time.

SLOVAK CONSTITUTIONAL COURT DECISION CONFIRMING COURT BACKLOGS IN ACTIO POPULARIS COURT PROCEEDING INITIATED BY OUR NGO

Published: 12 / 12 / 2019 16:57
By its decision of 7 March 2018, the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic confirmed that the right to hear a case within a reasonable time has been violated in actio popularis proceededing concerning discrimination that was initiated by our NGO.

SLOVAK CONSTITUTIONAL COURT DECISION CONFIRMING COURT BACKLOGS IN A COURT PROCEEDINGS IN CASE OF DISCRIMINATION in access to employment

Published: 08 / 20 / 2019 13:48
By its decision of 20 March 2019, the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic confirmed that the complainants ´right to hear a case within a reasonable time has been violated.

Slovak Constitutional Court decision confirming court backlogs in a court proceedings in case of discrimination

Published: 08 / 13 / 2019 10:53
By its decision of 11 June 2019, the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic confirmed that the complainants ´right to hear a case within a reasonable time has been violated. The decision concerns the court proceeding in case of discrimination in access to services which is pending before the domestic courts for more than 13 years. The Constitutional Court awarded the complainants also with financial satisfaction.

Views adopted by the CEDAW Committie in the case of D. S.

Published: 11 / 30 / 2016 12:49
The Committee of the United Nations (CEDAW), with its views from the 7th November 2016, rendered an opinion regarding the violation of the right to employment to a woman after parental leave.

Opinion of the CERD in the case of V. S.

Published: 03 / 14 / 2016 13:45
The Committee of the United Nations (CERD), with its opinion from the 4th December 2015, rendered an opinion regarding the violation of the right to access employment of a Roma woman.

Judgment of the Regional Court in Prešov in the case of segregation of Roma children at the Šarišské Michaľany School

Published: 11 / 02 / 2012 08:41
The ground-breaking decision of the Regional Court in Prešov which confirmed segregation of Roma children at the Šarišské Michaľany School by teaching them in separate classrooms without reasonable justification.

Judgment of the District Court in Prešov in the case of segregation of Roma children at the Šarišské Michaľany School

Published: 01 / 09 / 2012 08:46
The ground-breaking decision of the District Court in Prešov which ruled that the school had discriminated against Romani children by teaching them in separate classrooms without reasonable justification.