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https://dejure.org/2011,55139
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  • EGMR, 13.09.2016 - 58271/10

    A.S. c. TURQUIE

    La Cour rappelle aussi que l'article 3 de la Convention astreint également les États membres à instaurer un cadre législatif permettant de mettre les individus suffisamment à l'abri de traitements contraires à cette disposition, notamment par l'adoption de dispositions en matière pénale et leur application effective en pratique (A. c. Royaume-Uni, § 22, M.C. c. Bulgarie, § 150, Stasi c. France, no 25001/07, § 80, 20 octobre 2011, et Beganovic, précité, § 71).
  • EGMR, 29.10.2013 - 11160/07

    D.F. v. LATVIA

    The extent of this obligation of protection depends on the particular circumstances of each case (see Stasi v. France, no. 25001/07, § 79, 20 October 2011).
  • EGMR, 17.04.2012 - 23893/06

    J.L. v. LATVIA

    It considers that the non-exhaustion arguments are closely related to the substance of the complaints, and should be examined in the light of the State's positive obligation to take effective measures against ill-treatment (see, more recently, Stasi v. France, no. 25001/07, § 62, 20 October 2011).
  • EGMR, 03.03.2015 - 23692/09

    M.C. v. POLAND

    That being so, the Court has consistently interpreted that obligation in such a manner as not to impose an impossible or disproportionate burden on the authorities (see Pantea v. Romania, no. 33343/96, § 189, ECHR 2003-VI (extracts); Stasi v. France, no. 25001/07, § 78, 20 October 2011).
  • EGMR, 27.11.2012 - 29474/09

    TAUTKUS v. LITHUANIA

    That being so, the Court has consistently interpreted that obligation in such a manner as not to impose an impossible or disproportionate burden on the authorities (see Pantea v. Romania, no. 33343/96, § 189, ECHR 2003-VI (extracts); Stasi v. France, no. 25001/07, § 78, 20 October 2011).
  • EGMR, 29.06.2017 - 77248/12

    DIMCHO DIMOV v. BULGARIA (NO. 2)

    It is well-settled that the authorities have an obligation under Article 3 of the Convention, read in conjunction with Article 1, to protect detainees from inhuman and degrading treatment by other detainees (see, among other authorities, Stasi v. France, no. 25001/07, §§ 77-78, 20 October 2011; D.F. v. Latvia, no. 11160/07, §§ 83-84, 29 October 2013; and M.C. v. Poland, no. 23692/09, §§ 87-88, 3 March 2015).
  • EGMR, 03.07.2012 - 21780/07

    ALEKSEJEVA v. LATVIA

    The extent of this obligation of protection depends on the particular circumstances of each case (Stasi v. France, no. 25001/07, § 79, 20 October 2011).
  • EGMR, 01.12.2015 - 47936/11

    ÇALiSKAN c. TURQUIE

    La Cour relève par ailleurs que le requérant ne relève pas de la catégorie des personnes vulnérables, auxquelles les autorités doivent assurer une protection accrue en raison du fréquent amoindrissement de leur capacité ou de leur volonté de se plaindre (voir, par exemple, M.C., précité, concernant les enfants, ou bien Stasi c. France, no 25001/07, 20 octobre 2011, concernant les détenus).
  • EGMR, 01.09.2015 - 56668/12

    KORPACHYOVA-HOFBAUER v. BULGARIA

    In any event, while it is clear that the authorities have an obligation under Article 3 of the Convention to take reasonable steps to protect a detainee from inhuman and degrading treatment inflicted by other detainees, especially if they have reason to believe that the detainee is particularly vulnerable - for instance because he or she is suffering from a psychological disorder (see Pantea v. Romania, no. 33343/96, §§ 189-92, 3 June 2003), is of young age (see Premininy v. Russia, no. 44973/04, § 86, 10 February 2011), or belongs to a category that is at heightened risk (see Rodic and Others v. Bosnia and Herzegovina, no. 22893/05, §§ 69-70, 27 May 2008 (Serbs convicted of war crimes against Bosniacs and kept, unsegregated, in a prison where about ninety per cent of inmates were Bosniacs); Stasi v. France, no. 25001/07, § 91, 20 October 2011 (homosexuals); J.L. v. Latvia, no. 23893/06, § 68, 17 April 2012 (police collaborators); Aleksejeva v. Latvia (dec.), no. 21780/07, § 34, 3 July 2012 (relatives of prison guards); Starovoitovs v. Latvia (dec.), no. 27343/05, §§ 35-38, 27 November 2012 (private security guards); D.F. v. Latvia, no. 11160/07, § 81, 29 October 2013 (sexual offenders); Totolici v. Romania, no. 26576/10, §§ 48-49, 14 January 2014 (police officers); and M.C. v. Poland, no. 23692/09, § 90, 3 March 2015 (persons accused of sexually abusing minors)) - or to believe that the other detainees have an increased propensity to violence (see Paul and Audrey Edwards v. the United Kingdom, no. 46477/99, §§ 57-60, ECHR 2002-II, and Oshurko v. Ukraine, no. 33108/05, § 72, 8 September 2011), there is no evidence - and the applicant has not elaborated on that point either - that in her case the hospital staff knew or ought to have known that she stood a real risk of being assaulted by the other patient in the shower.
  • EGMR, 12.03.2013 - 13285/10

    MAZGAJ c. POLOGNE

    Elle rappelle que les allégations de mauvais traitements doivent être étayées par des éléments de preuve appropriés (voir, entre autres, Pantea c. Roumanie, no 33343/96, § 181, 3 juin 2003 ; Stasi c. France, no 25001/07, § 76, 20 janvier 2012).
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