Human Rights in Lithuania 2004: Overview
HRMI has prepared its second report on human rights implementation in Lithuania. The overview focuses on problematic areas and formulates recommendations for improvements.
This overview identifies the main violations of human rights in 2004 concerning the right to political participation, the right to privacy, the right to a fair trial, human rights in police activities, the rights of crime victims, prisoners' rights, discrimination, racism, anti-Semitism and the rights of vulnerable social groups (patients, children, women, disabled and elderly).
The Overview has been prepared by a group of experts, and is based on the information and data from long-term HRMI projects, daily monitoring, including media monitoring, reports of international and national governmental and non-governmental organizations and public opinion surveys.
For more information on the progress of the project see the News section.
English version of the overview here.
Right to Political Participation
Right to Privacy
Right to Fair Trial
Police and Human Rights
Rights of Crime Victims
Rights of Prisoners
Discrimination, Racism, Anti-Semitism and Other Forms of Intolerance
Rights of Vulnerable Social Groups
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