Dear readers, we are proud to present to you the 2015 issue of the Czech Republic Human Rights review. Despite the delay in its publication, we hope that you will find articles that will be of interest to you. And as is also stated in the editorial of this issue, we vow to deliver information about Czech human rights related events from following periods in a much timely manner. The 2015 issue starts with a leading article from Adam Blisa who reflects on significant events or situations that occurred in 2015 in the Czech Republic, which often put Czech society’s values and morals to a challenging test. You will also find information on the detention of foreigners in the Czech Republic and a rally that took place on a significant national holiday, that incited an important public debate on the state of freedom of expression in the Czech Republic. Other articles in this publication focus on the developments in discrimination cases in the Czech Republic or president Zeman’s state visit to Azerbaijan. We wish you an enjoyable reading.
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The Values and Struggle of the Czech Society
Ill-treatment of Foreigners in Czech Detention Centers
Recent Dispute over the Freedom of Expression in the Czech Republic
The Arrival of Discrimination Cases to the Czech Republic
Public Defender’s Case of a Roma Woman and Real Estate Agencies
President Zeman Focused on Economic Cooperation rather than Human Rights in Azerbaijan