The Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) on the incident involving a boy with special educational needs: a severe offense category should be introduced in the Penal Code for actions based on disability.
The Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) proposed changes to the Penal Code, but they were not accepted.
Short summary of the recently prepared report by the Centre for Information Resilience, whose full text can be found HERE.
The Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT) of the Council of Europe calls for the cessation of unlawful practices of pushbacks and for increased safeguards against ill-treatment
The CPT calls on all member states of the Council of Europe to put an end to the unlawful pushback of foreign citizens deprived of their liberty at the borders.
The new interpretative decision of the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) regarding the legal gender change is in contradiction with international human rights standards
With this decision, the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) is likely to trigger a wave of new convictions against the country in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), the European Social Charter (ESC), and the United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC).
BHC supported the Declaration against Hate Speech and which calls for a ban on holding the Lukov March
Declaration against Hate Speech and which calls for a ban on holding the Lukov March
The UN Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery provides free funds to civil organizations for yet another year.
Despite numerous alerts and lost court cases, the Ministry of Interior continues to be indifferent to the growing number of Bulgarians without ID cards.
After this period, re-registration will be required
Position Statement on Friday’s failure to pass the Bill for the Protection from Domestic Violence Act
The chilling propaganda against LGBTI people is shameful