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The European Court of Human Rights denying to members of the Russian minority in DŽIBUTI v. LATVIA
The European Court of Human Rights denying to members of the Russian minority in DŽIBUTI v. LATVIA the right to their own private schools teaching in their own language - and only denying this to members of this minority - is inconsistent with international law. The case is even a rejection of universal human rights since the ECHR uses the margin of appreciation doctrine to prefer 'European' minorities while refusing the same treatment to 'less deserving' Russian minorities. The Court's refusing to seriously consider international standards and approaches (United Nations, the OSCE and UNESCO) is disturbing and based on misrepresentations and refusal to consider these https://hudoc.echr.coe.int/#{%22itemid%22:[%22001-228839%22]} It contradicts international human rights standards and undermines the equality principle by proposing that 'All are equal but some are more equal than others'. It is clear under universal UN human rights obligations that all minorities can have their own private schools where their language is medium of instruction. This should be appealed.

Par Eurolang le 2/04/24 11:30

The European Court of Human Rights denying to members of the Russian minority in DŽIBUTI v. LATVIA the right to their own private schools teaching in their own language - and only denying this to members of this minority - is inconsistent with international law. The case is even a rejection of universal human rights since the ECHR uses the margin of appreciation doctrine to prefer 'European' minorities while refusing the same treatment to 'less deserving' Russian minorities. The Court's refusing to seriously consider international standards and approaches (United Nations, the OSCE and UNESCO) is disturbing and based on misrepresentations and refusal to consider these {%22itemid%22:[%22001-228839%22]} It contradicts international human rights standards and undermines the equality principle by proposing that 'All are equal but some are more equal than others'. It is clear under universal UN human rights obligations that all minorities can have their own private schools where their language is medium of instruction. This should be appealed. Ce communiqué est paru sur Eurolang

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