A coalition of Hungarian NGOs have urged Europe's human rights watchdog - the Council of Europe - to reject the Hungarian Government's nominations for judge vacancy at the European Court of Human Rights.
MDAC helps 22-year-old David from Czech Republic win court case in a ruling which thousands of people with disabilities in the country can benefit from.
Poland's Constitutional Court hands down landmark decision which should change the law for an estimated 12,500 people under guardianship living in institutions.
MDAC and partners call on the Hungarian Government to ensure a clear and transparent process for their nomination of a judge at the European Court of Human Rights.
Ten years after the adoption of the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture, MDAC and leading international human rights organisations call on governments to strengthen efforts to tackle torture and ill-treatment globally. But how does OPCAT actually help fight against these human rights abuses?
Serbia must take urgent steps after death in locked isolation room in Veternik social care institution.
Two UN Committees find that progress on protecting the rights of people with disabilities has been "unclear and too slow", calling for action on inclusive education, institutionalisation and guardianship.
MDAC seeks case referrals in attempt to the end the abuse/ill-treatment of people with mental disabilities.
If you watch this 4-minute segment on Sky News, you will see Vitaliy and Natalia Kocherov and their incredibly cute daughter Anna. They are our clients.
A Bulgarian man with an intellectual disability pursues justice at European Court after being a victim of Bulgaria’s institutionalisation system for 28 years.