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  • EGMR, 12.02.2013 - 45705/07

    D.G. v. POLAND

    The Court has already held that detaining persons suffering from a serious physical disability in conditions inappropriate to their state of health, or leaving such persons in the hands of their cellmates for help with relieving themselves, bathing and getting dressed or undressed, amounted to degrading treatment (see Price v. the United Kingdom, no. 33394/96, § 30, ECHR 2001-VII; Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, §§ 27-30, 20 May 2010; and Vincent v. France, no. 6253/03, §§ 94-103, 24 October 2006).

    The Court finds particularly regrettable the practice of leaving the applicant unfastened in a moving vehicle, even if his wheelchair was immobilised, as happened on 28 August 2006 (see Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, § 28, 20 May 2010).

  • EGMR, 09.04.2019 - 18255/10

    TOMOV AND OTHERS v. RUSSIA

    It noted, however, that the lack of a seat belt or handles might give rise to an issue under Article 3 under certain circumstances and in combination with other factors (see Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, § 28, 20 May 2010, where the applicant was a paraplegic and his wheelchair had been left unsecured in a moving vehicle, and Tarariyeva v. Russia, no. 4353/03, §§ 112-17, ECHR 2006-XV (extracts), where a post-operative patient had been transported on a stretcher in an unadapted prison van).
  • EGMR, 10.05.2016 - 78774/13

    TOPEKHIN v. RUSSIA

    Similarly, the Court has found that leaving a person with a serious physical disability to rely on his cellmates for assistance with using the toilet, bathing and getting dressed or undressed contributes to its finding that the conditions of detention amount to degrading treatment (see Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, §§ 27 and 30, 20 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 06.02.2014 - 2689/12

    SEMIKHVOSTOV v. RUSSIA

    Similarly, the Court has found that leaving a person with a serious physical disability to rely on his cellmates for assistance with using the toilet, bathing and getting dressed or undressed, contributed to its finding that the conditions of detention amounted to degrading treatment (see Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, §§ 27 and 30, 20 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 25.06.2013 - 6087/03

    GRIMAILOVS v. LATVIA

    Similarly, the Court has found that leaving a person with a serious physical disability to rely on his cellmates for assistance with using the toilet, bathing and getting dressed or undressed, contributed to its finding that the conditions of detention had amounted to degrading treatment (see Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, §§ 27 and 30, 20 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 27.01.2015 - 7309/04

    VEFA SERDAR c. TURQUIE

    Par ailleurs, force est d'admettre que les conditions dénoncées en l'espèce sont sans commune mesure avec celles observées dans d'autres affaires comparables (voir, par exemple, Price, précité, §§ 28-30, Mouisel, précité, §§ 46 et 47, Henaf c. France, no 65436/01, §§ 49 et suivants, CEDH 2003-XI, Vincent, précité, §§ 94-103, Hüseyin Yıldırım, précité, § 84, et Engel c. Hongrie, no 46857/06, §§ 27 et 30, 20 mai 2010) et, plus particulièrement, elles ne posent pas un problème plus préoccupant que celui examiné dans l'affaire Zarzycki c. Pologne, qui concernait les conditions de détention d'un détenu amputé des deux bras, et où la Cour avait abouti à un constat de non-violation (arrêt précité, §§ 106 à 125).
  • EGMR, 26.04.2018 - 74884/13

    TSARPELAS v. GREECE

    Similarly, the Court has found that leaving a person with a serious physical disability to rely on his cellmates for assistance with using the toilet, bathing and getting dressed or undressed, contributed to its finding that the conditions of detention amounted to degrading treatment (see Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, §§ 27 and 30, 20 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 22.03.2016 - 16179/14

    BUTRIN v. RUSSIA

    Similarly, the Court has found that leaving a person with a serious physical disability to rely on his cellmates for assistance with using the toilet, bathing and getting dressed or undressed contributed to its finding that the conditions of detention amounted to degrading treatment (see Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, §§ 27 and 30, 20 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 08.11.2012 - 28973/11

    Z.H. v. HUNGARY

    In considering whether treatment is "degrading" within the meaning of Article 3, one of the factors which the Court will take into account is the question whether its object was to humiliate and debase the person concerned, although the absence of any such purpose cannot conclusively rule out a finding of violation of Article 3 (see among many other authorities Price v. the United Kingdom, no. 33394/96, § 24, ECHR 2001-VII; Peers v. Greece, no. 28524/95, §§ 67-68 and 74, ECHR 2001-III; and Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, § 26, 20 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 01.09.2015 - 26945/07

    OSTROWSKI v. POLAND

    In considering whether treatment is "degrading" within the meaning of Article 3, one of the factors which the Court will take into account is the question whether its object was to humiliate and debase the person concerned, although the absence of any such purpose cannot conclusively rule out a finding of violation of Article 3 (see, among many other authorities, Price v. the United Kingdom, no. 33394/96, § 24, ECHR 2001-VII; Peers v. Greece, no. 28524/95, §§ 67-68 and 74, ECHR 2001-III; and Engel v. Hungary, no. 46857/06, § 26, 20 May 2010).
  • EGMR, 14.02.2017 - 11220/14

    MIHAILESCU v. ROMANIA

  • EGMR, 19.04.2016 - 56941/11

    STEFANIAK v. POLAND

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