The Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic has issued a decision that will make it easier to invalidate contracts if it can be shown that the signee suffers from a mental disability.
Recent discussion has ensued in the Czech Republic about the wearing of Muslim headscarves in schools. Many bloggers and experts call for a ban, but that is wrong because it violates fundamental rights.
Seven organizations believe that the reform of the Council of State is a step backward for the rights of the defendant as well as for environmental protection.
Unlawfully sterilized women may at last see compensation from the Czech Republic. Between 1972 and 1991, thousands of women, most of them Roma, were sterilized by the government.
A family's request to investigate an information leak to the media after a tragic home birth has been rejected by the Czech Constitutional Court.
Patients are strapped to their beds and kept in cages. Psychiatric experts, lawyers and human rights activists from the Czech Republic and abroad agree: psychiatry in the Czech Republic is in a catastrophic state.
Despite the wave of protests that took place ten years ago, patients in Czech psychiatric hospitals are still locked up in cages and tied to beds. The Mental Disability Advocacy Center and the League of Human Rights issued a study about the situation.
The Czech Republic is preparing a special fund to compensate people who have had severe vaccination reactions.
The UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights has issued recommendations on what should be improved in the Czech Republic in the field of human rights, with specific focus given to education.
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