European Convention on Human Rights

The WorldPost
Because of the unlimited amount of information on the internet, there is a less pluralistic exchange of different opinions than in traditional media.
World News
Women who repeatedly violate the ban can face jail time.
Queer Voices
Moscow officials, however, have vowed to appeal the ruling.
The WorldPost
The European Court of Justice in a wide-reaching judgment ruled last Tuesday that employers would be permitted to institute
The WorldPost
The court determined the killer has "not been, subjected to torture or inhuman or degrading treatment.”
Crime
When execution ended in my country, a shadow faded. Something grim and primitive was gone. There's still violence and murder in England, of course, but its citizens -- including children -- no longer have to be accomplices in the most premeditated of all killings.
The World Post
Earlier this month we filmed an interview with Dr Agnes Gereb, the Hungarian obstetrician and midwife who was imprisoned and is currently under house arrest for supporting women giving birth at home. The filming was for our ONE WORLD BIRTH new documentary film which will be released this summer.
The World Post
The European Court of Human Rights' ruling on Ireland's abortion laws prompted a flurry of misleading headlines and inaccurate reporting this morning.
The World Post
The Czech government came under heavy criticism from one of the European Union's leading human rights agencies for continuing
The World Post
The test cases of teenager "F", who cannot be identified, and an adult, Angus Thompson, came before three judges at the High
Entertainment
If we think that Jerry Springer - The Opera is corrosive to your morals, we will not permit you to see it. We will tell you what it is proper for you to see and what it is proper for you to think.