The Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights's report, entitled "Freedom of Assembly in the Practice of Polish Courts", presents an analysis of the monitoring of court proceedings brought against citizens participating in public assemblies.
Between 2015 and 2019, Poland recorded its most significant regression in the field of human rights protection since 1989, claim experts from the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in their latest report.
The members of the JUSTICIA European Rights Network have written to the President of Poland expressing their deep concerns about the compatibility of a new amendment to the Code of Criminal Procedure with international legal standards.
Changes in the Polish justice system introduced over the last four years are being used to increase pressure on judges, according to the HFHR study “The Time of Trial. How do changes in justice system affect Polish judges?”
The Supreme Administrative Court has decided on the case involving the transcription of a foreign birth certificate in which two women are listed as parents. Registration was necessary to protect the rights of the child, the court has said.