Human Rights are always under attack. Although legal texts become more and more progressive, States, societies and even most National Courts are still embryonic in their application of the legal texts and quite traditional in their legal rationale of interpreting the Law on Human Rights.
The European Court of Human Rights, on the other hand, despite its good tradition in defending human rights, is expensive for most individuals.
No matter who you are, there is always someone to criticise you for that. And while criticism is good (or irrelevant for that matter), psychological pressure, blackmailing, harassment and racist behaviour -all forms of social interaction that revolve around fear in a nutshell- are a serious issue for our team and we are very sensitive on the subject.
If you are facing such problems, you are not alone. We have been there, we have suffered that.
Give us a call.