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(14/03/2017) ECJ rules no violation in dismissal of women for wearing headscarves at ... Following today’s ruling by the Court of Justice the European Union that two employers did not break EU ... Slovakia: Unlawful ethnic segregation in schools is failing Romani children Romani children in Slovakia are being failed by a discriminatory primary school system which continues to segregate them and seriously hinder their education, condemning them to lives of poverty and exclusion, Amnesty International and the European Roma Rights Centre (ERRC) said in a new report published today. (14/06/2016) Slovak EU Presidency must show human rights leadership As Slovakia gears up to assume the six-monthly rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union on 1 ... (09/06/2016) Germany failing to tackle rise in hate crime Failed responses to the sharp increase in hate crimes across Germany – including attacks on shelters for ... (04/12/2015) World’s biggest human rights campaign puts spotlight on abuses People who speak out against leaders face increasing risk of punishment or prosecution, Amnesty ... (16/09/2015) Poland abandoning hundreds of victims of hate crimes Poland’s legal system falls dangerously short when it comes to protecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, ... (17/06/2015) Latvia: Speak up to guarantee safety of EuroPride rally The Latvian government should break its silence and give a firm commitment to do all within its power to ... (09/06/2015) Italy: Ground-breaking court victory for Romani people underscores ... An Italian court ruling that the Municipality of Rome acted unlawfully by forcibly relocating Romani ...