Exclusion of male lawyers, who are insured with the social security scheme for the lawyers of Athens, from the allowance covering the nursery fees of children aged one to five years provided only for female lawyers
The Supreme Court of Spain has ruled in favour of an affirmative action by a university to grant senior professor positions to departments that have a lower percentage of women in these positions
The rights of Norwegian residents to export three types of social benefits i.e. sickness benefit, work assessment allowance and care allowance to other EEA countries has been wrongfully applied in Norway since 2012, when the Regulation 883/2004 was implemented into Norwegian law, possibly since the entry into the EEC agreement in 1994
The Constitutional Court has established that children with sufficient maturity and who are in a stable situation of transsexuality can request their change of sex and name in the civil registry.
Decision on the legality of a decision of local transport authorities to refuse access to special tariffs for the underprivileged to foreigners who do not hold residence permits