Topic: Discrimination and Equality

Fact Sheet

Regulating Police Stop and Search: An Evaluation of the Northamptonshire Police: Reasonable Grounds Panel—Fact Sheet

This fact sheet outlines how unique initiative between police and community members in Northamptonshire, UK has resulted in a more lawful and effective use of stop and search.

November 2019
First page of PDF with filename: regulating-police-stop-and-search-fact-sheet-20191106.pdf
Report

Regulating Police Stop and Search: An Evaluation of the Northamptonshire Police Reasonable Grounds Panel

This report outlines how a unique initiative between police and community members in Northamptonshire, UK has resulted in a more lawful and effective use of stop and search.

November 2019
First page of PDF with filename: regulating-police-stop-and-search-20191106.pdf
Litigation

Askarov v. Kyrgyzstan

Azimjan Askarov, now in his sixties, was detained and tortured by police in the aftermath of ethic violence in June, 2010. He was given a life prison sentence after a manifestly unfair trial.

Last update: October 01, 2019
Report

Unmaking Americans: Insecure Citizenship in the United States

This report argues that three techniques are currently being used by the U.S. government to attack the identity and sense of belonging of U.S. citizens.

September 2019
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Fact Sheet

Unmaking Americans: Insecure Citizenship in the United States—Fact Sheet

This fact sheet outlines how existing gaps in citizenship protections increase the vulnerability of citizens because of their race, national origin, religion, political opinion or a combination of factors.

September 2019
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Voices

For a New Path Forward, Denmark Must Commit to Equality

Life in Denmark has become increasingly difficult for the thousands of Muslim citizens and immigrants in the country. Many new policies ostracize Muslims—and they are illegal.

June 13, 2019 | James A. Goldston
Women looking at a phone
Voices

Case Watch: European Court Finds Ethnic Profiling by the Police Discriminatory

For the first time, the European Court of Human Rights has used the consequential phrase “ethnic profiling” in a ruling concerning a police action it considered discriminatory.

April 23, 2019 | Zsolt Bobis
A woman and three children walking on an unpaved road
Voices

When It Comes to Race, European Justice Is Not Blind

A new survey of 12 EU member countries shows that how people are treated by the police and the courts often depends on their race or ethnic background.

December 04, 2018 | Zaza Namoradze & Irmina Pacho
Voices

Ending Racial Bias in Police Stop and Search

Despite recent reforms, police in the UK continue to unfairly target people of color when using stop and search. A new report should be a wake-up call to those who still defend this failed, counterproductive policy.

October 23, 2018 | Rebekah Delsol
Police talking to a person wearing a helmet
Voices

Case Watch: A Victory in Europe for Muslim Women’s Right to Wear a Headscarf

For the first time, the European Court of Human Rights has ruled in favor of a Muslim woman’s right to wear a headscarf.

September 21, 2018 | Simon Cox
Women walking past a shop
Voices

Data Alone Won’t Stop Ethnic Profiling

While many police officers in Belgium recognize that ethnic profiling is real and harmful, acknowledging the problem is only the beginning. It’s time for law enforcement to move beyond words and make concrete policy changes.

June 19, 2018 | Maryam H'madoun
A young man with outstretched arms in front of a police officer
Voices

Russia’s Mass Naturalization of Crimeans Has Had Very Unnatural Effects

Russia’s campaign to impose nationality on the annexed territory has led to the sometimes violent suppression of ethnic identity, according to a new report.

June 14, 2018 | Laura Bingham & Natasha Arnpriester
A woman's hand reaching toward a passport
Voices

A Step Forward for Equal Marriage Rights in the European Union

Same-sex spouses who married an EU migrant in an EU country must now be recognized as having the same residency rights as opposite-sex spouses across all 28 member states.

June 07, 2018 | Simon Cox
Adrian Coman in front of a group of microphones
Report

Human Rights in the Context of Automatic Naturalization in Crimea

This report examines the implications for the population of the Crimean peninsula of the imposition of Russian citizenship that followed Russia’s seizure of the territory from Ukraine in 2014.

June 2018
First page of PDF with filename: report-osji-crimea-20180601.pdf
Fact Sheet

Restrictions on Muslim Women’s Dress in the 28 EU Member States

This fact sheet maps EU laws and pending legislation restricting religious dress—specifically the headscarf and face veil worn by Muslim women.

April 2018
First page of PDF with filename: restrictions-on-muslim-women's-dress-fact-sheet-20180710.pdf
Report

Restrictions on Muslim Women’s Dress in the 28 EU Member States

This report maps EU laws and pending legislation restricting religious dress—specifically the headscarf and face veil worn by Muslim women.

April 2018
First page of PDF with filename: restrictions-on-muslim-womens-dress-in-28-eu-member-states-20180709.pdf
Voices

Confronting the Tigers: How Young Parisians Use the Law to Expose Police Abuse

Four police officers in Paris are on trial for assault, in a case that is highlighting the human cost of abusive and discriminatory policing.

March 07, 2018 | Lanna Hollo
A man pressed up against a window with arms spread
Voices

How Data Is Helping in the Struggle for the Right to Education in South Africa

Winning a court ruling alone was not enough to ensure that schoolchildren in the impoverished Eastern Cape province of South Africa have decent desks and chairs.

December 08, 2017 | Allison Corkery
A boy writing numbers in the sand
Litigation

Huseynov v. Azerbaijan

Emin Huseynov, an Azerbaijani journalist, argues that a declaration renouncing his nationality—made under duress—cannot be used by the government to revoke his citizenship.

Last update: December 07, 2017
Voices

Inclusive Education Reform Presents a Litmus Test for the Czech Republic

A surge in the anti-establishment vote in October’s elections has left the long struggle to end segregation of Roma children in Czech schools on uncertain ground.

November 13, 2017 | Ostalinda Maya & Štěpán Drahokoupil
Students at a school table
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