Analysis of hate crime cases before the European Court of Human Rights


Judgments of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) have a crucial role in respecting the rights of individual’s when member states fail to meet their obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights (Convention). 

ECtHR judgements represent a relevant account of what constitutes a violation of human rights in order to prevent violations of other individuals in the future. Therefore, it is important not only to recognize a violation but to take all necessary steps to prevent such or similar violations in the future.

In the following text, three most prominent cases related to hate crimes are analysed.


This article is published as a part of the project Facts Against Hate, funded by the European Rights, Equality and Citizenship (REC) programme.

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