The Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights and the Forum for Human Rights intervened in a case before the European Court of Human Rights. The case concerns a boy with special educational needs who experienced discrimination at a public school in Romania.
The Bulgarian Helsinki Committee has filed the sixth case at the European Court of Human Rights regarding Bulgaria's improper care of a parentless children with disabilities in state-run facilities.
A recent review of institutions for children in Bulgaria found severe deficiencies in care, a number of injuries and 75 deaths over eight years.
An amendment to the Czech Education Act aims to better support children with special educational needs, but a new alliance promoting inclusive education warns that controversial language within the amendment could lead to its misuse.
The Equal Opportunities Ombudsman's Office launched an investigation into the alleged discrimination of a disabled boy who was refused entry to a playroom at IKEA. His mother told news media outlets in January that...
The practice of keeping disabled children locked in cages still goes on in Greece, where a complete lack of state concern allows deplorable "care" methods to continue.